Chike Mountain

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  • Address:Gaoliao, Yuli Township, Hualien County 981, Taiwan View on Map
Mount Chihke was originally known for its abundance of red bark oaks (in Chinese,  "Chihke). Japanese people sent the red bark oaks back to Japan and made gun butts out of them. After R.O.C. regained Taiwan, Han people continued the exploitation, at first planting corn and peanuts, then started planting daylilies on the hill. The high altitude of Mt. Chihke is especially suitable for culturing daylilies, therefore the mount was made famous for its daylily flower sea. Every August and September is the blooming season of daylilies. The entire hilltop of Mt.Chihke would be covered in yellow and orange day lilies. Aside from the flowers, there are also the famous "3 spots of Chihke” that worth visiting: the black volcanic rock in middle of the daylily farm, the thousand-ton stone turtle rock, and the Wong family house with more than 40 years of history.


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Prov. Hwy 9→Gaoliao Bridge→Chike Mountain