According to a report by Hong Kong’s Dagong Documents Collection Media on Jan
uary 21, Wu Jiyun, a little-known bikini climber in Taiwan’s mo
untaineering industry, was recently killed in a cross-cutting failure to challenge Mabolas.
According to the article, Wu Jiyun recently attempted to challenge Taiwan’s famous “Mabolas Crosscut” alone, but fe
ll down unexpectedly. Nearly two days after Wu Jiyun was trapped, rescue workers from Taiwan arrived at the ac
cident site at 12:10 noon on the 21st, but found that Wu Jiyun had no signs of life. Taiwanese media reported that r
escuers found her body at Wu Jiyun’s last reward site, when she was clearly frozen and believed to have died.
Wu Jiyun, 36, entered the mountain from Xinyi Township, Nantou County, Taiwan on
November 11, and was scheduled to descend from Dalin Road on June 24. Unexpectedly, she crashed into a valley ne
ar Banju Mountain and asked for help from friends on September 19. The local fire brigade had applied for helicopter a
erial search and rescue, but was unable to enter the mountain due to bad weather. The search and rescue team th
en carried out a carpet search and touched Wu Jiyun at 12:10 noon on the 21st, but she had no obvious signs of life. At
present, search and rescue teams are studying ways to transport their remains down the hill.