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Chinglong Waterfall

Headward erosion is caused by geographical changes over time.
As the slope of the stream bed becomes steeper and the flow accelerates, the force of erosion gets stronger.
At the beginning, the erosion happens downstream.
Gradually it works its way upstream, which is called “headward erosion.”

In the process of headward erosion, Chinglong Waterfall was formed as a result of the combination of the drop height and the hard rock base.
Flowing down layers of rock structure for 116 meters, Chinglong Waterfall is surrounded by clouds,
mists, and jungles all year round. In autumn and winter, when the water merely trickles, it looks like a lovely, tender girl.

After heavy rains, it immediately turns into a magnificent water dragon carrying thunder and torrent, and falling vertically like a troop of galloping horses.
On sunny days, you may see light dancing on the water and a rainbow lying across the sky.
Chinglong Waterfall has thus won the nickname as “the best waterfall at Sun-Link-Sea” and “the prettiest waterfall in central Taiwan”.
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