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Are there any uncharted areas in Taiwan?

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Re: Are there any uncharted areaas in Taiwan?

Postby StefanMuc » 09 May 2012, 23:02

Nuit wrote:unexplored that is, not with headhunters in it.

Don't headhunters and explorers go ... eh ... head in hand?
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Re: Are there any uncharted areaas in Taiwan?

Postby chung » 10 May 2012, 16:30

Since tree climbing has never been popular here, most of the upper canopy could be regarded as uncharted. With a portaledge and a bit of climbing kit, you could be the first to explore Taiwan's last frontier.
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Re: Are there any uncharted areaas in Taiwan?

Postby headhonchoII » 10 May 2012, 16:55

I'm sure the bears have been up there before. Taiwan's last that the last 7-11 before Kending?
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Re: Are there any uncharted areas in Taiwan?

Postby Pingdong » 13 May 2012, 02:37

touche on the trees, as a matter of fact I have been up some lately to get some lizard pictures. I never could really pin point why exactly we stopped climbing trees as we grow out of childhood, something to get back into.

on a side note, I went into fairly deep mountains following a valley as far east as i could, getting back I was near the Taidong/pingdong border in the northern bit, pretty far in but i still found a hunting camp way back in there and also foot prints. lots of dear/monkey/pigs in the area so i guess its like a hunters highway.
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