臺北大縱走8段 – 文山/關渡
Distance 35.2 km
The Taipei Grand Hike has truly blossomed in terms of fame and popularity over recent years. It’s been featured in various news reports, been the subject of a National Geographic short, and has been travelled by countless pairs of boots. It has also become 7+1 sections, changing from a fractured semicircle to a full loop of the city, with the previously missing sections having been connected by cycle paths along the city’s rivers. This route connects the end of section seven with the start of section one by following Jingmei River until it connects with Xindian River, then tracing that downstream, nipping across the narrow neck of Shezi Island and transferring to the Keelung River until that eventually empties out into Tamsui River around Guandu. (It is also possible to connect the end of section four to the start of section six, then the end of section six to the start of section seven, I’ve done these on foot but they’re nothing to write home about.)
Pick a spot in Guting for lunch.
Tips and hintsThere you YouBike stands by the stations at both ends of the route.
51R 356708 2765543
EquipmentTake sun protection if you're cycling on a sunny day.
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