Most walkers in the area come for Battleship Rock's photogenic qualities, but if you've been there and done that, perhaps your next walk could be this alternative route through the hills of Beitou District.
You can combine a visit to this photogenic rock outcrop with a not-too-difficult walk to a rather pretty Japanese shrine and end up right next to Beitou's famous sulphur valley.
Escape the hoards of tourists taking selfies at that most famous of Taipei's scenic views by exploring beyond elephant mountain. This easy route takes you higher to muzhi mountain and 95 peak, all the while offering great vantage points and lots of hidden shrines to discover.
Welcome to perhaps the coolest pool in Taipei (assuming you like dinosaurs as much as I do).
A pick-your-own-ending style ramble around the hills north of Neihu.
This short loop at the edge of civilisation offers a quick getaway from the city.
Forested ridges, wide open grasslands, cows - this short hike has lots to offer.
Easily accessible by MRT and bus, this trail gives you a glimpse of weekend entertainment in modern-day Taipei and touches on both its military history and present.
Fun scramble through a hidden valley just to the east of Taipei.