1-Day Course

Namgyo-ri Course [Seoraksan]

It is a course extending from Namgyo-ri through Sibi Seonnyeotang Basin to Daeseungnyeong Pass. It is recommended that you should take thorough precautions as the valley is long and dangerous. Seonnyeotang Basin has legend that fairies came down to take a bath. It is one of the most beautiful plac ...

Heullimgol Valley Course [Seoraksan]

The 2.7km-course from the rangers cabin in Heullimgol to Sibi Falls looks like a short course, but it takes two hours due to the ruggedness of the path with steep slopes. Yeosim Falls is only 20m high, but a beautiful waterfall. Deungseondae which is also called Uijabawi Rock commands a nice view of ...

Baekdamsa Temple Course [Seoraksan]

Baekdamsa Temple was built in 1457 or the 2nd year of the reign of King Sejo of the Joseon Dynasty. Temples on the site disappeared as follows: In the 1st year of the reign of Queen Jindeok of Silla or 647 AD, Buddhist monk Jajangyulsa built a temple named Hangyesa, but it was destroyed by fire. I ...

Ulsanbawi Rock Course [Seoraksan]

It is one of hardest hiker’s courses in Seoraksan National Park. The top is 876m high. Here, you can enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the mountain, including the view of Daecheongbong, the highest peak, Sokcho and the East Sea. There is a following story handed down about the rocks: One day, t ...

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