Teapot Mountain

from NT$1,900

Taipei Hiking

Teapot Mountain (茶壺山) truly is a photographer’s paradise. A lush green landscape blankets the mountainside. Deep hues of blue from the ocean add an incredible background to this scenic hike. Start your trip climbing the steep steps above the historic town of Jinguashi (金瓜石) as we see more of the coastline open up. End as you look at the iconic and uncanny teapot-shaped rock outcropping. As we finish your camera will be full of gorgeous photos, and your legs burning with satisfaction.

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  • Activity Level Moderate
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  • Group Size Small Group
    Minimum 2 pax
All about the Teapot Mountain.

Teapot Mountain (茶壺山) truly is a photographer’s paradise. A lush green landscape blankets the mountainside, while deep hues of blue from the ocean adds an incredible background to this scenic hike. Start your trip climbing the steep steps above the historic town of Jinguashi (金瓜石) and end at the iconic and uncanny teapot-shaped rock outcropping.

Cost

Price will change with party size. There is a maximum 8pax.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Lunch
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Breakfast
  • Snacks
  • Gloves
  • Water
  • Gratuities
  1. The Program Day Hike

    Picked up in Taipei at your hotel after breakfast (on your own) for a 40-minute drive to the Northeastern side of Taiwan, ending at the old gold mining town of Jinguashi. This town, although much less popular than neighboring Jiufen, is known for the Gold Ecological Park. To avoid the crowds and begin our hike, we will take the longer route up Banping mountain for our first ascent. With a clear day we will get 360 views of the Yeliu coastline, Teapot Mountain, Keelung Mountain and if we are lucky, Yangmingshan far in the distance.

    After a quick lunch break at the top we continue on to peak number two, Cuanguangliao mountain. After scaling this quick, semi-treacherous peak we will continue on the ridge lines towards Teapot Mountain.

    Believe it or not, this mountain peak actually looks like a teapot! Once here we will descend down the cave and back towards Jinguashi.