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All reviews xiangshan station bring water taipei city worth the climb easy hike short hike nice hike steep steps nice view follow the signs worth the effort sunset view great view of taipei city lights take your time viewing platform watch the sunset
Climbed to the top of Elephant Mountain this morning. It has a great view of the city. Be sure you wear comfortable shoes. I would not suggest you do this if you are not in shape. Lots of steps and need to be care but...More
Take a hike up the elephant mountain to enjoy the city view with the incredible Taipei 101! There are a lot of steps going up. The way up I found an old way full of trees and spiderwebs 🕸 it was pretty cool but super...More
If you visit Taipei 101 and go to the Starbucks there (you need a reservation),
Walk over to the Elephant trail. The trail is not difficult to find, except most
People try to go up the stairs at a nice apartment building. The elephant
The view is very beautiful along the way thereare rails to catch.Walking up the hilll far and very tired.There is a Taipei 101 building highlighted above he is a cool and worth the view.It takes about 15-20 minutes to walk,not very steep.There are many beautiful...More
Well this is the place if you want to view taipei for free but need to climb up the trekking. Better wear a proper shoes. Get the red line and stop at station after 101 taipei . Then just follow the sign.
Be prepared for some struggle as you make your ways through some of the steep steps towards the top of the trail. However, the view on top of the mountain would be all worth it. Also, please take the time to queue in line for...More
There’s a network problem of trails that you can hike around the mountain.
Gorgeous views of the city is offered from different sections. The trails are clearly marked and you see signs right from the exit of the MRT station.
Would recommend that you take...More
My husband and I are 55 and 70 years old respectively. After reading the reviews, I figure is not that bad a hike when reading the comments (we both hike Diamond Head in Hawaii and was not bad). But this hike is TOUGH. Even after...More