Qilai Mountain (Chinese: 奇萊山; Hanyu Pinyin: Qílái shān; Tongyong Pinyin: Cílái shan) is a mountain in Xiulin, Hualien, Taiwan. Its highest point of the range, the Northern Peak, is 3,607 m (11,834 ft) above sea level. It is named after the Sakizaya people.
There's a hiking trail (T2) called 奇萊主峰步道 leading to the summit.
By elevation Qilai Shan is
# 36 out of 4492 in the Taiwan Mountains # 10 out of 510 in Nantou County # 9 out of 479 in Hualien County # 27 out of 2855 in Taiwan Province # 36 out of 4586 in Taiwan # 9 out of 140 in Taroko National Park # 2 out of 120 in 丹大野生動物重要棲息環境 # 2 out of 35 in 奇萊、太魯閣山群生態保護區 # 17 out of 1249 in the Central Mountain Range
By prominence Qilai Shan is
# 48 out of 510 in Nantou County # 57 out of 479 in Hualien County # 20 out of 140 in Taroko National Park # 23 out of 120 in 丹大野生動物重要棲息環境 # 7 out of 35 in 奇萊、太魯閣山群生態保護區
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