Taroko Gorge is a big canyon, not as long as the Grand Canyon, but still extremely impressive. The most remarkable aspect of the Gorge is its amazing relief. It’s mainly made up of black marble rock that is spread across the undulating bends of blue water. All of this is intertwined with mountains, tunnels and suspension bridges that follow a long, thrilling, snake-shaped road. The place can actually be a little frightening, due to heavy rains and typhoons which often dislodge soil and rocks causing them to eventually fall on the narrow roads. This is a video report from my trip.