Qixing Shan, Taiwan
Prominence: 1060 m, 3478 ft
Elevation: 1120 meters, 3675 feet
Approx. Isolation: 53.2 km, 33.06 mi
25° 10' N; 121° 33' E
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Qixing Shan or Cising Shan (lit. "Seven Star Mountain") is the highest volcano in Taiwan and the highest mountain in Taipei city. It is a potentially active stratovolcano. The name comes from the seven sub-peaks at the summit caused by post-eruption erosion.
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: 1060 m/3478 ft
: 1070 m/3510 ft
: 60 m/197 ft (10 meter contour)
Col elevation in range between 50 and 60 meters.
53.2 km/33.06 mi
Nearest Higher Neighbor
Isolation distance is based on NHN and is slightly overstated.
Land: Yangminshan Guojia Gongyuan
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