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September 2016

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Mt. Hehuan, where the altitude is high enough and yet there is decent transportation and emergency services, is suitable place for a better understanding of mountaineers’ physical condition and adaptability. / Hsiao-Lu Ho

Mt. Hehuan, where the altitude is high enough and yet there is decent transportation and emergency services, is suitable place for a better understanding of mountaineers’ physical condition and adaptability. / Hsiao-Lu Ho

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Interviewee / Yushan National Park Ranger Chang-Ying Ho; Taroko National Park Ranger Yong-Chun Wang (Nobu); Shei- Pa National Park Recreation Service Section Jing-Cheng Hu (Arranged by established time of National Parks)

The transpired air welled up in clouds of mist, one moment it is a cloudless sky, the next a sudden downpour of rain; runoff gathers into streams, tranquil flows hastily become falls; thunder blasting down the earth, as if the shinning sun has never previously existed. Not to mention the heavy rain and screeching wind entrained by tropical cyclones from the Pacific as well as Super Typhoon. Compared to “pleasant”, the weather from late summer into early fall is better to be described as “unpredictable”. Where are you at in such weather? Under the arcade hiding from the scorching sun, or wanting to be in the forest enjoying the cool shade, challenging yourself boundlessly in the mountains?

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