Jade Mountain Trek

Date: Mar – May 2020

Jade Mountain (Yushan) at 3952m is the highest mountain in Taiwan. We have carefully prepared the Yushan Mountain trek with safety as a priority consideration. Our trek comes with professional climbing equipment, so that our climbers can explore Taiwan’s first peak in a safe and fun manner!

05 Days Snow Mountain Trek

Date: 30 Apr – 04 May 2020

Xueshan or Hsuehshan or Snow Mountain 雪山 a mountain in Heping District, Taichung, Taiwan. It is the second highest mountain in Taiwan and in East Asia, at 3,886 m (12,749 ft) above sea level. There is abundant of snow during winter and it is a great place to play snow and appreciate the snow scenery. Our local leaders are equipped with snow climbing training. Come with us for a taste of snow-capped beauty of Snow Mountain!

08 Days Mongolia trekking Adventure: Gorkhi-Terelj National Park

Trekking through the Gorkhi-Terelj National Park takes you through some of the finest cultural and wilderness landscapes Mongolia has to offer and through terrain that is challenging, yet moderately easy. These late summer and autumn treks will find you surrounded by the changing colors of August, September and October. Each days travel will cross rivers, over passes and through wide open mountain steppe valleys.

15 Days Gobi & Central Mongolia tour

Date: 15-29 Jun, 4-18 Jul, 30 July – 13 Aug 20

Travel to Gobi desert and mountains of Central Mongolia. Vast arid plains, immense sand dunes and dinosaur fossil sites await you in the Gobi. In Central Mongolia you will visit the site of Chinggis Khan’s medieval capital – Karakorum. Its temples and museums will tell you the history of the largest land empire ever known. Explore natural and cultural sights and have their story told by your guide. Experience the nomadic culture which seemingly hasn’t changed for many hundreds of years.

Jiaming Lake Trek

Date: 14-18 Mar, 11-15 Apr, 2-6 May 2020

At an elevation of 3,520m above sea level, Jiaming Lake is Taiwan¹s second-highest mountain lake, and one of its biggest. It was once thought that the lake was created by a meteor strike, but it is now believed that it was formed by glacier movement during the last ice age. While it is quite far from Taipei, it’s an excellent three-day hike destination in a more remote part of Taiwan.