山林大解禁 開放81條林道健行 |Taiwan to boost mountain tourism, open 81 trails

行政院推動山林大解禁,整修山屋並簡化登山申請流程,推廣登山觀光。| The Cabinet recently lifted restrictions on hiking to promote mountain tourism. (Shutterstock)
行政院推動山林大解禁,整修山屋並簡化登山申請流程,推廣登山觀光。| The Cabinet recently lifted restrictions on hiking to promote mountain tourism. (Shutterstock)

【看英文中國郵報學英文】行政院於9月30日宣布,未來將推動「山林大解禁」,重新整建35座山屋、明年底前整修全台78條山區步道與告示牌、推出「一站式服務網站」簡化登山申請流程、改善山區通訊品質、農委會林務局所管轄的全台八十一條林道將開放登山客健行

The Cabinet (Executive Yuan) announced on Sept. 30 its plans to lift the restrictions on hiking to boost mountain tourism. New regulations will be implemented as well, including the renovation of 35 cabins in the mountains, the restoration of 78 trails and the installation of signs along the paths, the simplification of the application process, the improvement of signal strengths and the opening of up to 81 trails to the public.

登山申請一站式服務將於11月1日正式上線,登山客不必再分別向國家公園、警政署、林務局分別提出申請,只要在一站式新規劃網站即可完成所有程序。

The one-stop permit application will be available starting on Nov. 1 in the hopes of making entry into the mountains easier. 

政府預計投入逾七億台幣經費進行山屋設備重整,計畫自明年開始啟動,整建山屋包括太魯閣五座、玉山三座、雪霸四座等。

The implementation of the new policy will cost more than NT$700 million. The cabin renovation plan will start from 2020, including five cabins in Taroko National Park, three in Yushan National Park, and four in Shei-Pa National Park. 

 By Shelly Yang