The breathtaking nature in TAROKO

TAROKO 太魯閣國家公園 , is a national park in Taiwan. It is named after the marble gorge of Taroko, carved by the Liwu River. The park covers an area of 92,000 hectares and is home to 27 peaks over 3,000 meters (which continue to rise a few millimeters each year ), the Qingshui cliff above the Pacific Ocean, waterfalls along the Shakadang River and forest floors (tropical hardwoods, pine forests and high mountain cedars).

Taroko gorge ( Image source: flickr / Paul Arps )
Zenkoji Temple ( Image source: zh.wikipedia / Matthew Hine )
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QINGSHUI CLIFF ( Image source: flickr / Hsuanya Tsai )
Image source: flickr / eugene_o
Snow on Taroko Peaks ( Image source: flickr / billlushana1 )
Image source: flickr / Andrea Williams
Taroko Music Festival ( Image source: en.wikipedia / Dangermode )

Image of title: Pudu Bridge which is a pedestrian bridge leading to Xiangde Temple, over the Liwu River. Source: flickr / im me

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