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There are several ways of hiking this national park. I went on the Eorimok trail during the winter so hiking boots with crampons are necessary, but I only had hiking boots so I didn't go the top of any peak, but it was still beautiful...More
We visited Hallasan National Park in mid-November. We did the Gwanwum-sa trail up to Hallasan peak and went down the Seongpanak trail. Although Gwaneum-sa is more challenging on the way up, we totally recommend this route as Seongpanak is way more transited. The trees' autumn...More
Initially, we thought that Hallasan Mountain is just a normal tourist attraction. We even wore normal shoes and cross-body bags :)). But when we were there, lots of local people (Korean) with professional climbing clothes and equipments.
Hallasan is a mighty mountain, not a normal...More
The whole trip up and down including breaks took us 8 hours. 19.2 km (to and back) at 1200 meters elevation. Most of the trail is covered with volcanic rocks, big and small so it's not so easy to walk. Lots of steps which is...More
We took the Gwaneumsa trail up to the peak. There is a checkpoint halfway, after 2-2,5 hrs. of hike. The trail gets harder after the checkpoint, but it's also nicer with bridges and very steep stairs. If it's possible, go after rain, because then you...More
I and my boyfriend traveled here by public bus. We visited the place at the end of October not really December but I did a very late review. It was very easy to get to the place by public buses. The bus stop right in...More
We hiked up the Seongpanak trail in Early September. From Seogwipo City, it is quite remote and we took a long taxi ride to get there. The wy up was beautiful, rising through the forest, befor emerging into stunning views up the peak, trails along...More
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You should check out the weather forecast for February. If you're not able to bring all gears along with you, at the foot of the mountain (next to parking lot), there is a wooden house and they sell everything you need for... More
You should check out the weather forecast for February. If you're not able to bring all gears along with you, at the foot of the mountain (next to parking lot), there is a wooden house and they sell everything you need for hiking. Obviously, price is quiet expensive.
Due to my experiences, all you need are non-slip crampon for your shoes, lightweight jacket, sun hat, candies, water, snacks.
Hi, We went in Sep not too hot but the view is stunning at the top. We took the moderate trail which takes us 45mins slow trek. The trek is inside the forest therefore not that sunny. If the weather is good, you are above... More
Hi, We went in Sep not too hot but the view is stunning at the top. We took the moderate trail which takes us 45mins slow trek. The trek is inside the forest therefore not that sunny. If the weather is good, you are above the cloud.