Liying Mountain

Qingjing Farm

Qingjing Farm was established in 1961 and is owned by the Advisory Committee of Retired Officers and Soldiers of the Executive Yuan. During the Qing Dynasty, it was the pasture of the Atayal Wushe group. During the Japanese colonial period, it was changed to a public ranch. After the war, it was taken over by the Nantou County Government and became a Wushe pasture directly managed by the county government, covering an area of ​​280 hectares. In 1960, the Nantou County Government transferred it to the Retirement Association and named it "Jianqing Farm". In the autumn of 1961, the Forestry Bureau transferred the adjacent state-owned 36 forests to the Retirement Association for management. In 1967, it was renamed "Qingjing Farm", which has a meaning of a fairyland with clean fresh air.

Liying Police Post

Liying Police Post is located on the top of Mount Liying, above New Bowang Village of Qingjing Farm in Ren’ai Township, Nantou County. It is 2,219 meters above sea level and overlooks the Xueshan Range, the Hehuan peaks, the Qilai peaks and the Shoucheng Dashan. This place was originally the ruins of the Seediq’s Tadaka Hamlet of the Wushe group. During the Japanese occupation, the Governor-General in Taiwan had a fort to suppress the hamlet of the Wushe group. Today, there are forest trails and industrial roads that lead to the top of the mountain.