Sanjiao Peak

Zhuifen Police Post

Zhuifen Police Post of Ren’ai Township, Nantou County is located opposite the current Cuifeng Police Station, which is a popular observatory that overlooks the mountains. During the Japanese Occupation period, Zhuifeng was called Oiwake, which means the divergence point of the road, and just like the name, it was the boundary point acknowledged by the Governor-General in Taiwan and the indigenous tribes. When the Taroko War broke out in 1914, the army would assemble at Zhuifeng Police Post before heading to Hehuanshan as there was a large supply station.