Yeh Liu Geo Park, Xinbei
Categories: Geologic Formations, Nature & Parks
Stretching some 1,700 m (5,577 ft) into the ocean, Yeh Liu Geo Park serves as a natural exhibition area for some of the strangest tent rock formations in the world. Dotted with hoodoo stones, the promontory offers fantastic views of the distinctive geological formations created in Miocene, which pushed the Dalian Mountains out of the sea. Marvel at the rocky Queen’s Head, the rock resembling a profile of Elizabeth II Queen of England, then check out Sea Candles, Fairy’s Shoe, or Ginger Rock. You can have fun concocting your own name for some of the shapes while walking through a forest of tall mushroom-shaped rocks. This bizarre Martian-like landscape can be reached by bus 90 minutes from West Taipei station. Before you head to Xinbei, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Xinbei trip itinerary builder, to make sure you see all that Xinbei has to offer, including Yeh Liu Geo Park.
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The rock formations are beautiful and unique. The fossils in the ground are unfortunately being trampled over but the ability to get up close to the rock formations is the trade off. I was there on a ... read more »
During rain is near impossible to navigate this Park as strong wind and rain could practically blown away your umbrella. Weather is key to visit and experience of this site
ジオパークに認定されており、とても興味深い場所です。海岸に無数の奇妙な形の岩がそびえ立っています。女王頭やキノコ岩、キャンドル岩他名前もユニークです。見るだけで飽きが来ません。Has been certified to the geopark, is a very interesting place. Dominates the myriad odd-shaped rocks on the shore. Queen's head, mushroom rock and rock candles the other name is unique. Just looking at, it doesn't get boring.show original
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