Date: 2020-02-13 Number of Visitors: 1022
Located behind Datong (big bucket) Mountain, it is called Tonghou (behind the bucket). In the early days, it was the mountain path the Atayal people would take to go hunting and also one of the three major trails the Atayal people in Wulai would take to travel between mountains. The Tonghou Creek meanders in the mountains and forms rapid currents, short waterfalls, lakes and shoals. The views of the surrounding areas are all different and make the area a popular spot that draws visitors to play in the water or fish in summer. Around Anbu, right on the border of Taipei and Yilan and the highest point of the mountain-crossing trail, huge patches of miscanthus swaying in the northeasterly monsoon wind in autumn is a wonderful sight.