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Located in Heping, Taichung City, Lishan was called Shalamao in the past. It has an altitude of 2000 meters and is a famous summer resort. Lishan is noted for its production of pears, apples and peaches. Surrounded by Fushou Mountain, Wuling Park, and Guguan, Lishan has beautiful mountainous scenery. Lishan is also famous for its flowers, vegetables, and waterfalls.
Lishan Culture Museum is 1 km away from the entrance of Fushou Mountain. The museum presents the history of developing Lishan, Atayal Tribe and the construction of central highway. Lishan Hotel is the first tourist hotel in Lishan. The hotel is of traditional Chinese architectural style. Transportation around Lishan is very convenient. Taroko National Park is on the left, Taichung on the west, Wushe on the south and Yilan on the north.
Located on the upper reaches of the Dajia River, Lishan sits in the middle of the Central Cross-Island Highway. It neighbors the Shei-Pa and Taroko National Parks. Transportation links provide access to Taichung in the west (although this part of the cross-island highway is currently cut off), Yilan in the north, and Hualien in the east. To the south, via Dayuling and Mt. Hehuan, lie Wushe and Nantou. In short, Lishan is a hub connecting the east and west, north and south in central Taiwan. Within the area are spectacular views of the miracles of nature: highlands, steep cliffs, deep canyons, rivers, and forests. This scenic area also offers hot springs, alpine fruits and vegetables, other local products, and Atayal aborigine culture waiting to be discovered.
（Traffic information is subject to change. Please check with the
transportation station before departure.）
Nat'l Hwy 1 → Exit at Taichung System Interchange → Nat'l Hwy 4 → Exit at the Fengyuan End Interchange → Prov. Hwy 3 → Prov. Hwy 8 → Prov. Hwy 21 → Prov. Hwy 14 → Prov. Hwy 14A → Prov. Hwy 8
TRA Fengyuan Station → Fengyuan Bus (bound for Lishan) to Lishan stop