Nanhu Mountain (Chinese: 南湖大山) is a mountain in Taiwan with an elevation of 3,742 m (12,277 ft). It is one of the highest mountains in Taiwan.
Nanhu Salamander (Hynobius glacialis) is a rare salamander that was first described from this mountain.
There's an alpine trail (T4) leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Nán Hú Shān Zhuāng located 976m/3 202ft NNE of the summit.
By elevation Nanhudashan is
# 12 out of 4492 in the Taiwan Mountains # 3 out of 254 in Taichung # 12 out of 4586 in Taiwan # 1 out of 140 in Taroko National Park # 1 out of 52 in 南湖中央尖山群生態保護區 # 3 out of 1249 in the Central Mountain Range
By prominence Nanhudashan is
# 5 out of 4492 in the Taiwan Mountains # 2 out of 254 in Taichung # 5 out of 4586 in Taiwan # 1 out of 140 in Taroko National Park # 1 out of 52 in 南湖中央尖山群生態保護區 # 2 out of 1249 in the Central Mountain Range
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