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Welcome to the National Parks to Experience the Beauty of Mountain Forests and Native Azaleas in Full Bloom!

Recently, middle and high altitude native azaleas have started to bloom in the Tataka area of Yushan National Park, the Hehuanshan area of Taroko National Park, and in the Xueshan Trails of Shei-Pa National Park, all of which are popular flower viewing spots.

The Construction and Planning Agency would like to remind visitors that while viewing the flowers, it is also important to pay attention to conservation efforts and implement the “Leave No Trace” when in the wild principle by observing the following guidelines:

1. Please bring your belongings and trash down the mountain to ensure the proper implementation of the “Leave No Trace” when in the wild principle.

2. Please stay on the existing trails and paths. In order to avoid damaging the vegetation, do not go off the mountain paths for the sake of finding shortcuts.

3. Every year from April to May, alpine plants are in full bloom. Please take pictures of the beautiful scenery with your mind and eyes when entering the mountain area, and do not pick flowers with your hands.

To enter ecological protection areas in National Parks, please apply for authorization from the National Park Headquarters according to the Law. To engage in hiking activities, you should pay attention to the weather forecast before the trip, keep an eye on the latest news for updates, and be fully prepared before going up the mountain.

Native Azaleas in Full Bloom!
Native Azaleas in Full Bloom!
Tataka area of Yushan National Park
Tataka area of Yushan National Park
 Hehuanshan area of Taroko National Park
Hehuanshan area of Taroko National Park
Xueshan Trails of Shei-Pa National Park
Xueshan Trails of Shei-Pa National Park