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Got the daegu city tour bus from out front of the novatel in Daegu.
Took about 30min to get to the base of the park. 15 min walk to cable car
Cable cars leave to summit every 15min. Once on top spectacular view of the...More
We took the cable car to the top as we did not have the time to hike up. It would be another 10 minutes walk to viewing area. Depending on the time of the day and weather, it was quite a sight from the top....More
We lived on the 13th floor and our view was Apsan mountain. We crossed the street and were hiking on the trail network which included Buddhist temples, wooden bridges, pristine forest and a Korean War museum. For those who prefer there is a cable car...More
I went there with 2 friends. We had no time for hiking so we took the cable car and hiked for 10 minutes to the top. we arrieved right on time to take amazing sunset pictures and we had lots of fun.
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Apsan means "front mountain".
Apsan park is located lower part of the mountain, not top. So don't be misguided. You have to search the location of observatory with the name, "앞산전망대".
Actually, your destination must be "Apsan Observatory", not Apsan Park.
Very high and has...More
I decided to do the hiking for this trip and I chose Apsan park ! The way to do hiking was good and had a nice temple on the way. It developed a lot for convenient of the visitor. The view I got was wonderful.
I went on a sunny day in march and the views from the top were great - on one side, the faded green of more mountains stacked in to the distance, on the other side the city of Daegu (which I hadn't realised was so...More
I hiked in the early evening to Mt. Aspan's observatory. It is quite cold in winter, but the steep hike will really warm you up quickly. The hike isn't too difficult, mostly on a paved road for 1km. The rest is through stairs made from...More