Shui Yun Waterfall
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Shui Yun Waterfall information
The path to this thundering waterfall goes along a river, through a forest and up a canyon. The return trip takes three to four hours and there are several deep and safe swimming holes for cooling off along the way.
Start at the car park at the end of County Rd 62 and follow the trail by the river for 1km until you reach a suspension bridge. Cross it and climb the stairs on the other side. The trail now enters the forest and splits. Take the lower path – the upper leads to Hushan – and at the river follow the left bank up the canyon until it narrows at a rock face. The falls are just around the corner up a side channel.