Snow covered slopes @ Syue Shan (Taiwan Central Mountain Range) - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:172176208
Upload date:June 30, 2013

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'Snow covered mountain trail in early Winter.Shei-Pa National Park is designated in order to protect the wilderness mountain area of north-central Taiwan. The major geological features include Syue Shan (aAYAA or Hsueh Shan or Sheishan) which rank second highest in Taiwan at 3886 meters. Because of the rugged terrain, most of Shei-Pa National Park remains undeveloped. The mountain streams still run clear, and large tracts of forestland are virgin timber. Like Yushan and Taroko, Shei-Pa serves as a refuge for large mammals and birds.The ascent to the Main Summit starts from 369 Hostel with a walk through a forest of pine and deciduous trees known as the 'Black Forest'. The summit offers a great 360 degree panorama of the entire mountain ranges near and far, including Dapajian Shan, and Yushan which can be seen in the far far horizon.'
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