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Taroko National Park Eternal Springs

  • By on December 11, 2009 | 10 Comments

    Taroko National Park was just magnificent and beautiful and it became a national park in 1986 including Hualien County, Nantou County and Taichung County. Our second point of visit in Taroko was Changchun Eternal Spring Shrine Trail and it was just about 15 minutes drive from Shakadang Trail.

    My friend asked me how much is the entry fees for Taroko National Park. Don’t be surprise to know it is free of charge 🙂

    We have quite lucky in Taroko National Park visit because it will not be open to public in the event after typhoons, earthquakes or heavy rain.

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    The relaxing sound from the waterfall makes me feel want to meditate in the cliff edge 🙂

    See the right hand side of the picture and you know you need to be careful of rock fall when you hike this trail.

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    The highest point of the trail is marked by a bell tower. Most people make this their resting point 😉

    For history knowledge, Changchun Eternal Spring Shine was build to commemorate 212 personnel military veterans who died during the construction of the Central Cross-Island Highway.

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    Changchun Eternal Spring’s trail length was around 1.35km and you need an hour walk to visit this area 🙂

    Do take extra caution when walking on the steep trails and beware of falling rocks. I advise you to stay off the trail on rainy days.

    Visit Changchun Eternal Spring as one of the most pleasant short trails in Taroko National Park today 😉

    ah hong

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10 Comments
  1. #1 Jayce
    December 13, 2009 7:32 pm

    Wowo… You visited so many interesting places. I also want to go. 🙂

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  1. #2 ah hong
    December 14, 2009 11:01 pm

    All the interesting places I went in Taiwan. Nice country 😀

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  1. #3 smashpOp
    December 16, 2009 8:30 pm

    wa the 2nd pic… the temple like senget

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  1. #4 ah hong
    December 17, 2009 12:02 am

    Haha, not the temple but is my hand senget 😀

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