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And not sure what to expect. The walk from the station to the entrance was tough enough. The seasoned old folks were warning us that it could be too difficult, looking at how inexperience we were. But we made it to the TOP! Not all...More
Mt. Gwanak, or Gwanaksan, is an excellent hiking option for anyone in Seoul who wants to get away, but not have to travel too far. Completely accessible by metro, this mountain is not the tallest, but it offers great views from the summit and has...More
I was staying at SNU faculty house and decided to walk a morning. I found the entrance to a trail at Nakseogaede Park and pleasantly discovered that it was part of an amazing trail ring of more than 150 km surrounding Greater Seoul. I, obviously,...More
beutiful mountain with various entertainment. if you don't want to go peak just want some fresh air from green, it has perfect side road full of flowers. if you are healthy enough to enjoy bit tough hiking you can see Yeonjuam, a Buddhist temple on...More
I went there as part of my exchange in Seoul National University. It has a great view and many many old Koreans climb it everyday. It is steep sometimes but my friends and I who are not great Hikers managed to do it quite easily!
If ever you tire of the hustle and bustle of Seoul, head to this 600+m mountain for a nice hike. Starting from Sadang station, follow the crowd of colorfully-garbed hikers. If you choose to walk along the mountain ridge, you'll be scrambling up. Steep in...More
Perfect view, nice length and Not many people on week days! Especially we liked the leaves with a Lot of colors during Fall time. Make sure you bring a Lot of Food and Drinks on the Top of the Mountain!
Gwanaksan is one of the tallest mountains in Seoul, second only to Bukhansan, but Bukhansan is farther away from the city and you won’t get such a great view. Gwanaksan is not such a long trip to go up, especially if you take local buses...More
About 630meters, with some great views of the city, and lots of climby rocks, Gwanksan is one of the best hiking mountains in Seoul.
It can get busy on the weekends, so try to get there during the week. Also, don't be afraid to adventure...More
This is a great, strenuous hike to the top of the mountain. 3000+ feet elevation gain in 2.5 miles. From the top you can see the southern part of the city and surrounding mountains. At the top there is the Wongaksa Temple and Yeonjuam Hermitage,...More