This long cascading waterfall can be viewed up close or from a ridge half a kilometre away. On a foggy day, the sweeping scene of steep mountain peaks and the long waterfall bears a remarkable likeness to the famous Song-dynasty landscape painting Travellers in Mountains and Streams.
If you are driving the North Cross-Island Hwy, the turn-off to the falls is just past Km20.5 mark. Two kilometres up County Rd 115, you'll run into a closed toll booth and just past that is the ridge lookout. Further down is a parking area (NT$100) and the entrance to a small trail system (NT$50; open 8am to 5pm) and scenic area that winds around the back of the falls and down to the base.