This is a long distance mountain trail of high difficulty level. Starting out from the Dongpu Entrance, the trail cuts through the most northern part of Yushan National Park. Thereafter it continues to Yuli Forest Road and ends at Yuli Bridge. The total length of the trail is approximately 84.7 kilometers. The trail follows along the ridge of the Central Mountain Range. Besides the steepness of the trail, there are many cliffs along the way, making the trail geologically scenic and at the same time extremely challenging. Due to the rough terrain, the trail demands proper gears, physical strength and stamina, and experience. Passing through the two tallest peaks of the Central Mountain Range, Mt. Xiuguluan and Mt. Mabolasi, one gets to witness the powerful forces of the earth. As the earth’s crust gets pushed and squeezed, many of the cliffs are formed. Such are the Ulameng, Tabila and the Maliyawen Cliffs along the way. The Mabu and Taiping Valleys are flat and grassy, which is rather rare in Taiwan. The entire journey takes 7 days. For those who wish to climb Mt. Jupen, an additonal night at the Mabolasi Cabin would be necessary. 
Guide map of Mabolasi Crossing Trail (Chinese)
Guide map of Mabolasi Crossing Trail (Chinese)