Updated on: June 30, 2018
Qingshui Cliff is an assembly of cliffs lining 21 kilometres in length of the coastal area of Taroko National Park. The cliffs go up to an average of 800 metres above sea level with the tallest peak, Qingshui Mountain, at 2408 metres.
One could imagine standing on these cliffs looking out to the Pacific Ocean, with the baby blue sky, cotton candy clouds and the vast ocean of differing colour tones from sea blue to a turquoise green towards the shore – it is a picturesque view no words can truly describe. Venturing down toChongde Beach via the 10-minute walk through Chongde Trail will also reveal a different angle of scenic combination of the majestic cliffs, ocean and sky. Named as one of the most scenic spots in Taiwan, visitors will not be disappointed.