Caoling Historic Trail

Activity Wanlong MRT, Taipei, Taiwan Published on: 04-07-2016

08:00 AM - 05:00 PM
First-time visit
Private
Walking Van
Customer hotel
Off the beaten path
Activity
Adventure
Day Trip
Sightseeing
125.00 USD

Caoling Historic Trail is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids No
Good for senior Senior No
Good for couple Couple No
Good for solo Solo No
Good for group Group Good
The Caoling Historic Trail is the only surviving section of this Qing Dynasty Road that once connected Yilan and Danshui. It’s a beautiful hike with some fantastic views of the north-east coastline. Along the way we pass by several points of historical interest, the most important being the largest stone inscription in Taiwan which translates as “Boldy Quell the Violent Mists” and was carved by the regional commander, Liu Ming-deng when he encountered adverse weather on his way to Yilan.

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What to explore at Caoling Historic Trail?

The trail runs from Dali to Fulong and can be done in either direction, but if starting in Dali then a visit to Fulong Beach (recommended) after completing the hike can be arranged too.

Addtional information

What to take:

Day pack

Fleece (winter)

Sturdy hiking boots

Raincoat

Rain pants

Hiking poles (optional)

Toiletries and personal medicine

Wide brimmed hat

Warm hat

Sunscreen

A change of clothes for the drive back

Inclusion

transport, accident insurance, permits, lunch, guiding and any permit and entry fees.

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Duration
5.0 days
Estimated
567.12 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
28 places

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Location

Address

Wanlong MRT, Taipei, Taiwan

Meeting point

Customer hotel

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Price table

Caoling Historic Trail serves Private tour.

  • Private tour

    (3 - 3 participants.)

    125.00 USD

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