Ta-di Mountain is located in Ta-di Village, Mi-tuo Township. It has a length of about 800 meters and a width of about 600 meters. Its altitude at about 53 meters is the highest point in Mi-tuo Township. Due to the place being a military restricted area that has not been opened to the public for a long period of time, for the people from Mi-tuo Township or the large and small Gangshan districts, Ta-di Mountain had been perceived as a negligible small hill when viewed from afar. Until when Liao-song Cultural Layer was found under Ta-di Mountain, were Taiwan's unique badlands, that are closest to the seaside, gradually noticed.
Ta-di Mountain is a precious natural asset endowed to Mi-tuo Township by Mother Nature, and it had been a restricted military stronghold area. The military finally withdrew in 2006 and management of Ta-di Mountain was handed over to Mi-tuo Tonwship Office. Ta-di Mountain Natural Park was then established and its mystery was unveiled. Step by step, construction such as the hiking and recreational trails, viewing platform, and greenification of the wide outbound/inbound roads in Ta-di Mountain have all been completed, making Ta-di Mountain a great place for hiking and leisure activities.
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