GREETINGS

 

Dear walking friends,

 

You are cordially invited to the 21st International Happiness Two-Day March, held on 12th -13th November, 2011, in Taipei City.

 

We, as the host country, would like to extend our warmest welcome to friends from all over the world. Lets walk together and enjoy the scenery and hospitality in Taiwan.

 

Sincerely yours,

 


Chung-Da Ho

 

President

 

Chinese Taipei Alpine Association (CTAA)

 

WALKING COURSE

 

The walking course will be alongside the Neihu hill region which is located in the northeastern part of Taipei City.

 

There are many beautiful scenic areas along the course. Participants will enjoy the view of Taipei City from high points.

 

Most part of the walking course is on paved road. The highest elevation is about 500 meters. Walking poles are recommended.

 

START/FINISH TIME

 

Check-in Time: 06:30~09:30 AM

 

Start Time:

 


30km

07:00~07:30

20km

08:00~08:30

10km

09:00~09:30

 

Finish Time: 12:00~16:00 PM

 

FOOD AND BEVERAGE

 

Water will be available at beverage stations, which are marked on the route map. Your are advised to carry your own beverage, snacks, and a cup.

 

MEDICAL AID

 

There will be a first aid station at the start/finish.

 

START/FINISH (STAGING AREA)

 

國立台灣戲曲學院內湖校區(台北市內湖路二段177號)

 

National Taiwan College of Performing Arts

 

-Take MRT Wenshan-Neihu Line and get off at Wende station


REGISTRATION

 

Please submit your registration form to CTAA, no later than 31 October, 2011, on-line or by mail, fax or e-mail.

 

Registration fee: US$60 (NT$1,700), payable upon arrival at Taipei by cash.

 

Fee includes insurance, souvenir, welcome and farewell parties.

 

 

For Accommodation and other information, please send your inquiries to:

 

Chinese Taipei Alpine Association (CTAA)

 

10F, No.185, Sec.2, Zhong Shan North Road

 

Taipei, Taiwan 10453 R.O.C.

 

Tel: +886-2-2594 2108

 

Fax: +886-2-2593 5662

 

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


http://www.mountaineering.org.tw 


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