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Taichung Tourism


Dakeng Trail No. 6

Dakeng Trail No. 6



Beitun District

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Starting Point:Jiancheng Alley Ending Point:Fengdongshi Park

Dakeng Trail No. 6 is 1.7 kilometers in length. It starts at Dakeng No. 6 parking lot; and ends at Fengdongshi Park, where hikers can turn around and take the same way back. Its elevation is between 227 and 373 meters. The trail has gentle slopes, overlooking Fengyuan area and the chimney of Taichung Environmental Protection Bureau. There is a Guanyin Pavilion on the way, with a white statue of Guanyin, the Goddess of Mercy. There are also a children's playground and other pavilions.

Pre-trip preparation

It is recommended to bring drinking water in personal bottles.

Visitors are recommended to wear footwear, clothing, and hats suitable for hiking.

There are mosquitoes and other insects in the mountains. It is recommended to wear light-colored, long-sleeved shirts and pants. Apply insect repellent as needed.

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Equipped with physical training facilities or park facilities, this trail is suitable for physical exercises. This trail is gentle in slope, suitable for people of all ages.





Vistor tips

There are many rest points along the trail, suitable for family and friend gatherings at leisure time.

On the route, you can look out over the Dakeng Scenic Area with a great view and beautiful scenery.


Hikers can turn around and take the same way back. Please consider your fitness level to estimate the time required for a round-trip hike.

Dakeng Trails No. 6, 7, 8, 9, and 9-1 are suitable for people of all ages, while Trails No. 1 to 5 and No. 5-1 are more challenging and suitable for experienced hikers only. Dakeng Trails No. 1 to 5, 5-1, and 10 are featured by steep slopes, not recommended for people with heart disease or in poor physical conditions.

Please take away the garbage you produced along the trail.

Do not feed or disturb wild animals.

Do not build a fire, barbecue, or use gas stoves in the mountains.

To avoid bee stinging, please do not make noise or disturb the bees when you see them. Hikers are advised not to wear perfume or clothes in bright colors. The rule of thumb is, always keeping distance from the bees.

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