Blue Skies Adventures

Our Regular Trips: The trips are from 2 to 14 days


Bei Da Wu Mt: Category 4


Bei Da Wu is the highest peak in Southern Taiwan, (3,090m) and is on the ‘Top 10’ must climbs. Just a two-hour drive from Kaohsiung will get you to the trail head at approx’1,500m. From there a 4,5km hike takes you to the Guei Ku Lodge (2,145m) where you’ll spend the night. A very early morning start is necessary if you want to catch the sunrise. It will take 3-4 hours to cover the 4.5km hike to the main peak. This is quite a tough climb, but you only have to carry your day pack. One hour from the peak you’ll come to a false summit where you’ll see a Japanese shrine which looks like a guillotine. If you have made it this far it is less than an hour to the peak where you are almost guaranteed spectacular views of the east coast and the pyramid- shaped Guan Shan to the north.


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Jade Mountain: Category 3-4


Syang Yang Mt/ Chia Ming (Meteor Lake) Category 3-4


Guan Mt. Category 3 (two- day) 4 (one – day)


South Three Stars: Category 3


Big Ghost Lake and Small Ghost Lake: Category 4 – 5 (5days)


South First Section (min’ 5 days, Cat’ 4 - 5) and South Second Section (7 days, Cat’ 4 - 5)