No. 21, Yi 1st Rd., Zhongzheng Dist., Keelung City 202, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Department of Tourism and City Marketing, Keelung City Government
During the period of Japanese Occupation, there were no road for people in Waimu Shan and Dawulun fishing village to get to downtown Keelung. To transport the fishes and purchase daily commodities, they need to tramp over the mountains, and the path was named “Fish Road Historical Trail” at that time. The trail was abandoned after roads were completed.
In recent years, the volunteers in Haixing Swimming Association has maintained and revived the trail, so it is renamed as “Haixing Trail” now.
Haixing Trail is about 950 meters long, it is smooth and full of shades, which is perfect for a walk in every season. After the Rock on the “Millennium History Trail” and the Shito Gong Temple, there is the Observation Tower. The tower is about three-story high, Keelung Islet, Dawulun Aozi Fishing Village, Mt. Dawulun and Dawulun Fort could be seen from the tower. Keep walking, one could reach the best spot for eagle watching— Eagle Rock, Mt. Dawulun, Lovers Lake, and Dawulun Fort. In the end, it is connected to the Lovers Lake Trail.
There are many parking lots for cars of various sizes along the way.
Open space. No time limit.
1. Take Taiwan Tourist Shuttle No. T99 and get off at "Waimushan Station".2. Take Keelung City Bus No. 305, 310 and get off at "No. 71, Section 2, Huhai Road"" stop.