Attractions along Syakaro Historic Trail
The northwest saddle of Syakaro Mountain is the crossing point of the entire trail. The Japanese excavated the saddle to facilitate passage, forming a door-like passage. The local Atayal people named it Belefun, which means "door".
Going eastward from the saddle for a few minutes and the ridgeline on the right leads to the entry of Syakaro Mountain. From there, walk for about 20 minutes and the northern saddle of the mountain will be on the left. It takes about 1.5 hours round trip to climb Syakaro Mountain. Due to the strategic location, Matsushita police post was set up there in Taisho 11 (1922), which is the highest police post along the Syakaro Trail.
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