Foreigners in TaiwanUS Expats with extensive experience living and working in Taiwan who had to learn many things here the hard way. Now helping others learn more about this beautiful country with their blog.
Go Team JoshTravel Photography From Taiwan and Asia – Hiking Category
ParkbusParkbus Taiwan connects city dwellers with nature through express, reservable and accessible transportation options to some of the best (and hard to get to) natural areas in Taiwan. Also, check out their Ultimate Guide to Hiking in Taiwan!
Blue Skies AdventuresProfessional hiking and biking trips and guided tours in Taiwan
Seek Adventure - Adventure MapAn interactive Google Map which helps you find in-depth trail guides from Bloggers and YouTubers around the world.
MirrorSignalMoveGeography, history, engineering and economics of Taiwan’s reservoirs and water resources, as well as other interests.
Taiwan Trails and TalesA guide to get you out of the city and into the hills
Taiwan Hikes: Free guided hikes in TaiwanWant to get started with hiking in Taiwan but not sure where to begin? Start here first!
PacificaEcological adventures in Taiwan
Down To ExploreTaiwan adventure and outdoor travel as well as photography workshops and night hikes!
ZA AdventureOutdoor courses and classes, like Wilderness First Aid and Wilderness First Responder. Website in Chinese, but the WFA & WFR courses are taught in English and Chinese.
The View from TaiwanBlog on history and politics in Taiwan from Taichung, Taiwan. (Currently not updated, but has plenty of great content)
Follow XiaofeiList of several hundred of Taiwan’s waterfalls and how to get to them – as well as hot springs, beaches, lakes and camping.
Spectral CodexEveryday life and adventures in Taiwan and beyond. An experiential journal of synchronicity and connection, hidden histories, neglected places. Formerly known as Synapticism.
登山 補給站 - 專業戶外活動資訊平台Keepon has a huge depository of user-uploaded GPX tracks, trail info, and pictures of most of Taiwan’s mountain peaks. It’s especially useful for the less popular hikes. However, it’s all in Chinese. Just search using the Chinese name of your destination and good luck!