Xinwu green tunnel(新屋綠色走廊)
The 4-km-long luxuriant forest makes it double enjoyment along the pleasant coast.
The flat asphalt road surface is perfect for beginner cyclists.
Coastal ecology provides LOHAS lessons on Nature for families with children.
Xinwu green tunnel is located around 2 kilometers south of Yongan Fishing Port. Under the county government’s plan, it has become the largest bicycle track in northern Taiwan. The cycle path goes through both the woods and along the seashore. Parents with children can enjoy the trip together; a trip that leaves most people feeling completely relaxed.There are many one-person and two-person bicycles offered in the shops near the entrance to the bicycle track. Tourists do not need to bring their own bikes but can simply enjoy the pleasure of biking with the wind. The facilities of the Green Tunnel are perfect in terms of the entrance parking lot, the footpath system, the wooden platforms, the rest pavilions in high places, and the scenery.
Monday: Open 24 hours a day
Tuesday: Open 24 hours a day
Wednesday: Open 24 hours a day
Thursday: Open 24 hours a day
Friday: Open 24 hours a day
Saturday: Open 24 hours a day
- Viewing Deck
- Parking Lot
- Bike Rest Stop
- Hiking Trail
Refreshing ride spaceThe green tunnel is just a section of road that has shrubs growing. It was a nice break from riding tge 61 expressway, and if you follow it right to the very end, you'll hit the beach.
全家騎一台腳踏車，乾淨又好玩。 Special type Biking is recommed.車道相當長，有些路段會與一般車輛共用，有些路段又可以專用，景色相當多元。 腳踏車夠新，租2-3小時剛好，是會想再回來重遊的地方。 Bikelane is pretty. Some special type for rent,like:family 4 people type, double bike, etc. Part of bikeroute is bike-only, Love bike in bush area is quiet. Seaside is windy but good to play bubble toy. worth staying 2-3 hrs.
BikingSuch a great time to spend time with friends and families enjoying the beautiful creative ideas of human creation. The best place for relaxation and pleasure..
心曠神怡不用到深山或高山，就能看到整個綠蔭。 非常適合攜家帶眷一同前往唷~ 附近還有永安漁港能大喀美食一番，假日絕對能耗上一整天。
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