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Hiking to Wild Buffalo & Wild Hot Springs Moderate Hike

Hosted by the Consul of the Taipei Outdoor & Sports Group
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Took place 4 weeks ago
Sun 01 Nov 08:30 - 16:30

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Hiking level down hill and some uphill
This level 3 moderate
Transportation by bus distance time Around an hour.
Hiking trail Distance around 10 km time 4 hours.
Returning to Protected content between 18:00 to 18:30 depending on the weekend traffic.

The buffalo are what most people come to see, and you can find many of them leisurely munching grass close to the entrance. There are numerous signs saying not to touch them, but no one heeds these warnings. The buffalo ignore the gawking humans and continue their snacks. You can actually see wild buffalo in other mountains around Taiwan, but Qingtiangang offers the easiest access to them.

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Bayan wild hot springs are all-natural, undeveloped hot spring, although they are often crowded with locals on a weekend. Boiling hot water cascades down a hill from its source, and at the bottom, mixes with cold spring water (pure enough for drinking, I was told), creating a handful of pools with varying degrees of hotness.

Bring the following
1. Comfortable shoes with a good grip or hiking shoes
2. lunch
3. One litter of water
4. Sunblock
5. Gloves
6. clean clothes