Xiangshan as viewed from
Taipei 101's observation deck
|Elevation||183 metres (600 ft)|
|Location||Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan|
|Easiest route||Hiking trail|
Xiangshan (Chinese: 象山), also known as Elephant Mountain or Mount Elephant, is a mountain in Xinyi District, Taipei, Taiwan. It is close to the Taipei Metro Xiangshan Station. It is 183 m high and has a hiking trail about 1.5 km long. The Taipei 101 can be seen from the trail. The Six Giant Rocks are a tourist attraction in Xiangshan, and there are platforms for photographers.
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