The section of the road was a little too dangerous to park the car and get out, but I was able to get decent shots from the car window.
Down the road we stumbled across this gem:
The Fuci Tree [夫妻樹(Couple Tree)] are two old cypress trees that are the remains of a forest fire in 1963, so-named because they resemble a couple standing proudly by the road [Yushan National Park].
It was a great time, hopefully in the near future I’ll be able to make another trip up and explore the area more extensively.
Near the trees is also a great spot for taking a panorama:
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More Alishan Posts (for simplicity’s sake, this post, although covering portions of Yushan park were filed with the Alishan posts… at least until a trip to Yushan can be documented)
All information, unless otherwise noted is from various tourist brochures, information plaques, and the Alishan Forest Recreation Area website.