Tamsui-Kavalan Trails

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Welcome to the Tamsui-Kavalan Trails(TKT), Western Pacific’s Best Kept Secret, and enjoy hiking, running, yoga, calligraphy, tea events and much more. TKT dates back to the Qing Dynasty. The trail network connected the “Tamsui Subprefecture” in the north with the “Kavalan Subprefecture” in the east of Taiwan during the early Qing Dynasty. The trail has been considered a vital link between the east and the west coast of Taiwan. It has also witnessed our ancestors’ migration, industrial development, and town settlements in Taiwan’s history. It thus can be regarded as a long-distance mountain trail that is full of rich history.

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Producer
Tourism and Travel Department, New Taipei City Government
Director
Qing-Yang Xiao
Location

New Taipei City, Taiwan
Length
2:00
Year
2019

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