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Never been to ZhuiLu Trail? google did it for you...

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Re: Never been to ZhuiLu Trail? google did it for you...

Postby hannes » 17 Jun 2016, 18:37

The man was 66 years old, maybe he had health issues? Was it very hot?
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Re: Never been to ZhuiLu Trail? google did it for you...

Postby HualienOutdoors » 17 Jun 2016, 21:35

Not too bad, but hot of course. Could have been it. They seemed fine up there though. My guess is we won't ever know. If that had happened in North America there would have been police taking statements, news crews etc. etc. There was nothing/no one when we got down. Kind of eerie actually. You would think they would have wanted to know what exactly happened.
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Re: Never been to ZhuiLu Trail? google did it for you...

Postby rex1017 » 18 Jun 2016, 08:41

It sound really great !
I want to do this hike however I've read that I need to request something to go (I never been to Taiwan and go on next august)

I contacted an agency and they told me that they can do it for me, and provide a guide. Is that a good deal ?
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