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Sculpture in Cyuanhua Temple
Address:新竹縣峨眉鄉 
Door into stone? No, it is a shrine Yuanguang Temple Easy stairs Wordings on Cliffs from Cing Dynasty


字體:
Shishan Historical Trail/ Shitoushan/ Lion’s Head Mountain/ Taiwan/ Shitoushan Recreation Area
Chinese: 獅山古道
Attractions:
1. Various types of temples tucked into caves and hugging the slope
2. Famous Cyuanhua temples and Yuanguang Temple(Shihuan Cave) included
Services for non-Chinese speakers: None, but useful detail maps of trail systems in English are available in Shishan Visitor Center.
Opening Hour: 24 hours, all year round
Admission: Free
Phone: +886-3-580-9296
Email: trimtnsa@mail.trimt-nsa.gov.tw
Address of Shishan visitor center: (新竹縣峨眉鄉七星村六寮60-8號)
Official site: http://www.trimt-nsa.gov.tw/eng/subSite.aspx?sid=9
Perfect time to visit: Spring and autumn




Brief Introduction:
Shiwei Arch(H160)500mWanfo Temple(H425)500mPrivate residences225mCising First Pavilion(H320)120mCising Pavilion(H340)155mJingang Temple fork(H350)Lingsia Cave(H380)100mJyuewang Cave fork(H390)230mJyueran Pagoda(H420)220mHaihuei Temple(H430)75mYuanguang Temple fork(H430)100mYuanguang Temple(H440)150m Wangyue Pavilion(H450) 520mright fork to main peak of Lion’s Head Mountain and triangulation point(H492)

Wangyue Pavilion(H450)stone steps on lower left220mShishan Rock Face (H400)370mDaode Gate(H430, right fork to Sheli Cave and Kaishan Temple, ie Kaishan Temple Trail )go left100mCyuanhua Temple(H335)100mFutian Temple(H320)60mZihyang Gate(H320) 170m Cyuanhua Temple parking lot (H290)850mOld Lion’s Head Mountain trailhead arch(H170, Miaoli Country Highway 124)

Start from bus station, one hike upward around 1.2km to Cyuanhua temple. Here comes a must-see path, a wonderland of temples, leading through 11 temples as well as caves, pagodas, gates and smaller shines. Built since Qing Dynasty, several temples were centered around Cyuanhua temple while others scattered on path upward.  They are worth a visit because amazing architecture skills and strong faith to deities were displayed in scared atmosphere. However some temples would be closed expect weekends. Not only temples but also awesome attractions are deserved a look like Shihshan Rock Face. Arrange at least a day trip to explore holy grounds and feel the glory.

Cyuanhua Temple:
Set up in Qing Dynasty, the over-100-year-old temples is consist of three major temples, Cyuanhua temple representing for sky, Futian Temple for ground, and Kaishan Temple for the west, as well as two caves and five gates. Carvings and sculptures are fabulous artifacts honoring deities of Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism as well, one of rare combinations in Taiwan (maybe on the earth, a peace in religions, lol). There is a nice kindly housekeeper of temple offering free tour service but in Chinese. Or observing carvings to make a story for it is interesting. The must-see are lion sculptures on pillars and calligraphies on walls.


Food & Accommodation& Recommendation&Attention:
Around Shihshan Recreation Area, only Cyuanhua Temple could hikers get service of accommodation and vegetarian meals. Make a reservation ahead of trip in case of runout because of vital scared festivals.

One-day trip:
Arrive at Old Lion’s Head Mountain Entry Arch near to Cyuanhua Temple and hike through Shihshan Historical Trail and Kaishan Temple Trail. And make return at Jingang Temple. Do remember bring your lunch boxes.

Two-day trip:
Arrive at Old Lion’s Head Mountain Entry Arch near to Cyuanhua Temple , leave your heavy backings in temple, choose above trails you like and disappear in the forest. Do remember bring your lunch boxes.

Shihshan Trail is note hiking trail, meaning rather safe path with several hiking-lovers you may encounter. Sadly, several temples will be closed in weekdays but luckily, except Cyuanhua temples and Yuanguang Temple(Shihuan Cave).


Orientation:
Bus+Train:
Near Chuanhua Temple:
http://163.29.3.96/TWRail_en//index.aspx (Train online system)
Miao-li(苗栗) Country and then get off at Zhunan(竹南) station. Find Miao-li Bus Station(苗栗客運) and jump into bus ahead to Nanchuang (南庄) passing through “Shitoushan” or “Lion’s head Mountain.”(獅頭山) Remember to make sure the bus will drive through your destination.
Where to take bus?
As you pass the entrance of Zhunan(竹南) station, turn right, go down and come across the road. Turn left and walk to the third store from the corner to buy a ticket.
Bus schedule:
7:00, 8:10, 9:10, 10:10, 11:10, 14:10, 15:10, 16:10,17:10, and18:10.

Near Lion’s Head Mountain Visitor Center:
Take train to Hsingchu(新竹) Train Station and then bus ahead to Zhutong (竹東). Then transfer bus head to Shishan (獅山) at Zhutong (竹東) transition bus stop.
Bus schedule:
From Hsingchu(新竹) to Zhutong (竹東), the first bus run at 6:10am and the last one at 10:35pm. Around 10 to 20 minutes, there is a bus ready heading to Zhutong (竹東).
From Zhutong (竹東) to Shishan (獅山), bus leave at 7:30, 9:00, 12:20, 14:00, 16:45 and it takes 45 minutes to destination.

Car:
Near Lion’s Head Mountain Visitor Center:
Exit the freeway No. 1 at the Toufen(頭份) Interchange, travel along County Expressway No. 124, connect to Provincial Expressway No.3, and travel northbound past Ermei. Turn left at 86.5km and follow County Road No.41 to Shishan Visitor Center (at 4~5 km).

 
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