Qiao Bi Xiong Feng(Cliff for Climbing)

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  • Address:Gukeng Township, Yunlin County 646, Taiwan (R.O.C.) View on Map
Qiao Bi Xiong Feng originally weren't steep cliffs. The high cliffs that you see nowadays were formed due to the sliding rock strata. In the past there was a landslide at Caoling, which created a dammed lake at this place. The rocky cliffs below Qiao Bi were practically all submerged. Many traces of flooding can be seen on the lower walls, which only appeared after Caoling's dyke burst. Qiao Bi Xiong Feng is around 140 meters in length and inclined at a 45 degree angle. At the present, walking trails have been established, as well as footholds and ropes for climbing. However, the cliff's inclination is relatively steep and the height high. Be sure to pay special attention to your safety! 
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1.Nat'l Hwy 1→Exit at the Dounan Interchange→Prov. Hwy 1→Dounan Township Yanping Rd.→County Rd.158A→County Rd. 149A→Gukeng
2.Nat'l Hwy 1→Exit at the Dalin Interchange→County Rd. 162→Prov. Hwy 3→Meishan→County Rd. 149→County Rd. 149A→Gukeng
3.Nat'l Hwy 3→Exit at the Meishan Interchange→County Rd. 162→Prov. Hwy 3→Meishan→County Rd. 149→County Rd. 149A→Gukeng