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All reviews sausage easy walk left hand side clear water limited parking space wear good shoes beautiful river lovely walk beautiful experience all ages nature walk flights of stairs around noon wild boar stalls selling mountain side awesome views
We had back luck with the weather as it was raining, but on the other side I think the colours of the rocks were enhanced, adding some beauty. Shakadang trail is rather easy and you just walk along the river. Geological layers are largely exposed...More
It's a long and leisurely stroll next to the river. Make sure you walk beyond the village for the most spectacular boulders in the river. Once you've seen these you can turn back as there's not much interesting beyond. Avoid 9 am to 12 noon...More
The walk is pleasant and very doable for all ages if you can manage the 100 odd steps to the bridge. Beautiful and breathtaking views all along the walk. You can see the geological Rick formations and blue waters through the Taroko National Park in...More
We accessed from the Taroko Visitor Center on foot. Free parking and short walk through tunnel. Loved the rope bridge and suspension bridge! Walk was great. Tons of spiders, butterflies, lizards and ecology to study. Walking (literally) IN the mountainside was very cool. This hike...More
We did half of the walking trail, which took us as far as the snack bars (you should get the aboriginal sausage, by the way. Just be sure to hold a napkin so that your hand holding the stick doesn't get greasy).
The hike has...More
At the midpoint of the Trail, there are 5 huts selling wares, manned by the aborigines that stay in the Taroko National Park.
The sausage sold is very yummy - there are aborigine spices in the recipe and it was so good that I had...More
We hiked this in the morning with no bad weather; honestly my favorite hike was Swallow's Grotto, an easy walk though caves along the gorge. This trail leads you to (or past) on Indigenous tribal area where they sell sausages on a stick. Since there...More