Youth Ridge Trail
If entering and exiting via County Highway 166 (72.5 km and 78.8 km), a single trip is around 2.8 km.
The scenery along the way is beautiful, including Lover's Bridge, Swallow Cliff, and Thousand-Year Bat Cave.
Another highlight is the Bat Cave. The front of the cave is a 200 m long extension of the Swallow Cliff. With the rock type being sandy shale with layered structure, the surface is covered with holes like beehives. The biggest hole is around 50 cm wide and 60 cm deep. It used to be a habitat for bats, and therefore is called “Bat Cave.”
The Thousand-Year Bat Cave is followed by the steep ascending steps of the Youth Ridge Trail. The difference between the highest and the lowest points is 250 meters. Though it is not too difficult to walk, there are still several steep parts that challenge visitors’ perseverance and endurance.
Opening Hours: Daily Opened