Temperatures on the North Peak slipped to as low as minus 3.8 degrees Celsius in the early morning hours.
By: Wendy Lee, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
Temperatures on the mountain’s North Peak slipped to as low as minus 3.8 degrees Celsius in the early morning hours Sunday, said the Yushan National Park Administration Office.
While there was not enough moisture in the air to snow, freezing mist was seen spreading across the mountain from the kilometer-long trail from Paiyun Lodge all the way to the mountain’s Main Peak.
Paiyun Lodge is located 3,402 meters above sea level on the trail to the Main Peak of Yushan, or Jade Mountain, the highest peak in Taiwan. [FULL STORY]