After weeks of rain and cold weather, the sun finally came out these last 3 days. We took advantage of the warmer weather to visit the Wulai 烏來 area, which is known for its hot springs, waterfalls, and aborigines.
After breakfast we thought we’d take the trail back. Dad said that they’ve hiked it before, but it was only later that I realized that they’d never made it very far past the upper falls viewing platform.
The trip back took us an hour and a half, but I was impressed that the parents stuck to it and finished. Since I wanted to walk a bit more, I had them drop me off at another trailhead outside the park, and I would meet them at the end of the trail.
On our way to grab lunch, we stopped by the big waterfall that Wulai is famous for.
It was a nice half day trip, and the parents got to do and experience something out of their comfort zone (i.e., hiking and eating street food).