Yu Shan

(redirected from Yushan National Park)

Yu Shan

or

Mount Morrison,

13,113 ft (3,997 m) high, S Taiwan; highest peak on the island. It was first ascended in 1896 by a Japanese expedition.

Yü Shan

 

the highest peak on the island of Taiwan, in China. Yü Shan, which has an elevation of 3,997 m (according to some sources, 3,950 m), is composed of schists and quartzites and has a sharp alpine crest. Dense broad-leaved and coniferous forests are found on the slopes.

Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The Yushan National Park management office pointed out that before the cell site's activation, the signal was largely blocked by the mountains, reaching only 30 to 40 percent of the surrounding area.
Gigi Wu, also known as Wu Chi-yun, was eight days into a solo hike in Taiwan's Yushan National Park when she tumbled into a ravine.
Summary: Beijing [China], Jan 22 (ANI) EeA Taiwanese woman, who became famous on the social media for taking selfies on top of mountain peaks dressed in a bikini, has died after falling down a ravine in Taiwan's Yushan national park, media reports said.
Gigi Wu, also known as Wu Chi-yun, set out on a solo hike on January 11 in Taiwan's Yushan National Park before being found dead by a search and rescue party.
Wu's study explored the socio-demographic characteristics of volunteers and measured the motivation and satisfaction of volunteer interpreters at Yushan National Park. Results showed that socio-demographic characteristics were associated with motivation and that there was a correlation between motivation and satisfaction.
"I feel happy every time I'm in the mountains," he added, caressing the camera he uses to capture images of animals he encounters in Yushan National Park, one of the bears' two major natural habitats in Taiwan.
According to Yushan National Park, the portal comes in both Chinese and English versions, making it convenient for foreign visitors who wish to go mountain climbing in Taiwan.
Wu had fallen down a ravine while hiking the Batongguan Historic Trail in Taiwan's Yushan national park without a permit.
While it was not known whether the rain was responsible, a foreign hiker fell down a 20-meter-deep ravine in the Hualien County township of Zhuoxi, on a trail which forms part of the Yushan National Park, CNA reported.
Yushan National Park, Taiwan's largest land-based national park, is characterized by high mountains, river valleys, and abundant natural resources.
'Black Bear Forest' was shot over six years by filmmaker Lee Hsiang-hsiu and follows an ecologist and an indigenous hunter as they research Taiwan's endemic Formosan black bears in Yushan National Park.
A 71 year old Taiwanese hiker died during a hiking trip along the Pattonkuan Historic Trail in Yushan National Park, reported CNA.