Eryan Ping Trail

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Allen77-77
Manila, Philippines136 contributions
To see teafarm and sunset in Alishan area
Oct 2019 • Family
Eryan ping trail is not so well maintained. But not bad at all compared to other places I had been to. You can see plenty of bamboo trees around the trail. It has 2 pavilion, we can see the sunset at 1st pavillion but better in the 2 nd pavillion. The first pavillion is near the tea farm where you can get beautiful shots. It took us around 30 minutes to get to 1st pavillion. Surrounded by nature, bamboo trees, tea farms and nearby has camping sites also. Since its getting dark, we didn’t go to 2 nd pavillion. But we ride a car going up 2nd pavillion the following day. Not for sunset but to see the beautiful mountain ranges. In this area, you can watch the beautiful sunrise also. Just by the highway. No need to walk the trail.
Written October 6, 2019
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KrisD_pl
Warsaw, Poland7,224 contributions
The sea of clouds
Oct 2018
We were thrilled with the views as we climbed the steps from the parking. At the top pavillon we stayed for longer time until the sunset. It was an incredible experience as we watched the famous "sea of clouds" phenomenon. One of the local photographers kept telling us that we are very lucky - came there for the first time and at once we saw the sea of clouds. Check my photos to see what I am talking about.

Climb is not difficult as the wooden stairs lead you right to the viewpoint, but may be bit tiring. And do not forget a rain jacket as the weather can change in a moment.

Definitely Eryanping trail was one of the highlights of our trip to Alishan.
Written September 17, 2019
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Jedi2804
Singapore, null, Singapore6 contributions
one of best trail in Alishan
Jun 2019
last trail before leaving Alishan, its about 1000+ steps trail to the 2nd rest area. the day that I visit happened with cloud, viewing it on top of rest area is the most enjoyable time for me while the whole trip in Alishan
Written June 5, 2019
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kim buay p
Singapore, Singapore10,983 contributions
Uphill walk to first, second and third pavilion
Dec 2018 • Family
Our minsu owner drove us to the start of the trail even though it was a very cloudy day to view sunset. My husband walked to the first pavilion while my daughter and I walked on to the second pavilion. Finally I walked by myself to the third pavilion which consists of many steps uphill. At the third pavilion, there were many cars parked there for those which just drove up to this pavilion for sunset view.
On my return to the second pavilion, there were two men who used a drone to determine whether sunset viewing was possible. Alas, it was too cloudy.
However I felt a sense of satisfaction having walked to all three pavilions. Our minsu owner came to fetch us at 5.20 pm and it had turned dark and started to rain. Weather was really unpredictable. Walk is quite short but consists of many steps.
Written January 3, 2019
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程 舜
197 contributions
隙頂國小旁的Tiffany藍-茗達製茶Mingda Tea
Oct 2018 • Couples
老闆與老闆娘是土生土長的在地人,夫妻倆現在經營著有Tiffany藍的歐式外觀,經過不會想錯過的店面,外表像歐式咖啡廳,內在是道道地地的茶香味,坐下來好好品茗,老闆與老闆娘口袋故事很多,一定要自行來找訪談天說地,超好聊~
旁邊還有自家經營民宿「茶米屋 David’s House」(取音自台語的茶葉,英文為兒子名),是兩代人共同創造的美好民宿。
This sky blue European-style store usually catches people’s attention at first sight. There are plenty of stories here for you to find out more about this place. It is next to David’s House.
T:05-2586117
Written November 25, 2018
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X61
Singapore, Singapore130 contributions
Would be fantastic if not for the weather
Dec 2016 • Solo
Stayed at a minsu just under the eryanping trail for my alishan stop. Lots of locals will gather at the top and along the trail to catch a glimpse of the sunset.
Written August 14, 2017
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C_Angkana
Bangkok, Thailand34 contributions
Nice Treking with Sunset view
Dec 2016
It is worth to take around 45min to go there from Alishan. The trekking route is very nice and blissful. Sunset view from the top of hill is awesome.
Written May 26, 2017
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tubinhbeau
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam3 contributions
Heaven walk
Jan 2017 • Couples
I called it Heaven Walk with very exciting view. I had to come back to Alishan by the last bus so i missed the sunset. I will be back for it.
Written January 12, 2017
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Cindy T
Singapore, Singapore154 contributions
Near 53.1 Homestay & 53.1 Backpackers. Relatively easy hike. Many pitstops along the way
Sep 2016 • Solo
AMAZING. Discovered that this was near my homestay, and was excited to take on this trail. Started at about 7am and reached the peak at about 8am (with many pitstops to take snaps & videos of the sunrise and clear skies).

The trail can be slippery after the rain, so do take note of the previous day's weather condition! My homestay owner informed me of the alternative route to the trail - which is to enter through "Chuan Shuo Lu" (传说路) instead of the steep wooden trail beside 53.1 Homestay.

I also met a lovely local elderly couple who were waiting for the "Yun Hai" (sea of clouds) at the peak. I did not wait for the phenomenon and totally wished I did.
Written September 19, 2016
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sylvia t
9 contributions
Great evening stroll with perfect views
Feb 2016 • Friends
A set of stairs lead to the viewing platforms taking about 40 minutes one way with lots of photo stops. The view was breathtaking. Scenic tea plantations, sea of clouds and amazing sunset. Really easy and planked stairs all the way. We stayed for the sunset and it was a clear day. We even brought a torch although we didnt use it.
Written February 22, 2016
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