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Yinghan Peak, Mount Guanyin Scenic Area
Yinghan peak can be reached from one of five hiking paths in Kuanyin Mountain scenic area, each of which has its own special features.
The main Yinghan Peak path is next to Lingyun Buddhist Temple and it takes hours to reach Yinghan Peak. A secondary path is behind of Kuanyin Mountain Tourist Service Center, which takes less time but is steeper and more challenging.
On Yinghan Peak, the highest peak in Kuanyin Mountain (about 606 meters above sea level), the 270 degree-angle view is spectacular, and it includes all the noted sites of the Taipei area such as Taipei 101, Yuanshan Hotel, Kuandu Bridge, and Danshuei Estuary.
SOURCE: Rich Communication Services, courtesy of Tourism Bureau, Ministry of Transportation & Communications , R.O.C.
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