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Taiwan Xueshan Climb

Taiwan Xueshan Climb

Standing at a towering height of 3,886m, Xue Shan (雪山), which literally means Snow Mountain in English, is the second highest mountain in Taiwan. It is also the highest point of the Syue Mountain Range, which stretches northeast to southeast across Taiwan. This magnificent peak is located in the Shei-Pa National Park (雪霸国家公园) which is also home to 50 other mountains above 3000 meters. The trail goes through a variety of interesting ecosystems ranging from sub-tropical forests, grassland, cypress and cedar forests to the alpine shrubland. Snow, rarely seen in the other parts of Taiwan, is conversely commonly seen on this mountain in the winter months. With its whole peak beautifully covered in ablanket of snow – reminiscence Of Swiss Alps, this setting provides avid hikers a good opportunity to experience snow trekking on crampons. At the summit, the 360 degree panorama view at the summit with the morning sun rising from a sea of clouds and casting its first rays on the snowly landscape is a sight to behold.

Travelling Date: 20th-22nd Feb 2016
Meeting Venue: Taipei Main Station
Trekking Duration: 2D2N
Expected Group Size: 6 Pax
Price: SGD550 Per Pax
Package Includes:

All land transport from Taipei to Xue Shan National Park and back
One night accommodation in homestay in Nan Shan Village
One night accommodation in 369 Cabin
Park entrance fee and climbing permit
Local trekking guide
2 x breakfast, 1 x lunch and 1 x dinner
Package Excludes:

Return international air tickets
Travel insurance
All meals not indicated in above
Porters to carry personal belonging
All expenses of a personal nature
Packing List: Provided upon booking confirmation.

More Questions? Read through their Xueshan frequently asked questions (FAQ) and get them answered!
http://tkh.io/bedq11

Due to the small group size, registration confirmation will be on a first come first served basis.

When: 20 Feb 2016 Sat 14:00
Where: Taipei Main Train Station
Price: SGD550 Per Pax

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