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After we visited the National Palace Museum, we had few hours before we had to go the airport. So, a visit to this volcanic mountain is a good educational visit. However, lots of cloud so we can only see not that far.
You can really smell the sulfur. We were here on a colder day with low cloud cover. The trail from the parking lot is short and worth the walk.You'll quickly see the yellow sulfur on the mountain side from the sulfur steam releases at various...More
We were visiting the Yang Ming Shan earlier and shortly after our visit there, our driver guide brought us here for a quick visit.
The first sight reminded us of the one we saw in Bandung, Indonesia and Japan except that this was a much...More
I’m so surprised to learn that Taiwan has a such great volcano like spit. Strong sulfur smell with gas whistling sound plus some muddy gas outlets. It reminds me a lot of Hokkaido’s Hell Valley despite this is a much smaller scale.
It’s my first...More
It's very foggy when we visited and couldn't get to see the full view. There's are some parts along the trail that's having steam coming out thus have to be more careful while walking along the trail. It's rather cold when there's wind. Bring along...More
The scenic trail can be reached by turning right on the Xiaoguanyin stop on Yangjin Highway. It is approx 805 meters above sea level and is famed for the fumaroles, sulfur crystals, hot springs and spectacular 'landslide terrain' formed by post-volcanic activity.