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Climbing Hallasan Mountain

Hallasan Mountain

Eorimok Trail (Witsae-oreum 2hours, south cliff junction 3hours) 6.8km
  • Eorimok Visitors Center
  • 2.4km
    1 hours
  • Sajebi Hill
  • 0.8km
    30 minutes
  • Manse Hill
  • 1.5km
    30 minutes
  • Witsae-oreum Shelter
  • 2.1km
    1 hours
  • south cliff junction
Yeongsil Trail (Witsae-oreum 1hours 30minutes, south cliff junction 2hours 30 minutes) 5.8km
  • Yeongsil Resting Area
  • 1.5km
    50 minutes
  • Oriental Screen Rocks
  • 2.2km
    40 minutes
  • Witsae-oreum Shelter
  • 2.1km
    1 hours
  • south cliff junction
Seongpanak Trail (Jindallaebat 3hours, Summit 4hours 30 minutes) 9.6km
  • Seongpanak Visitors Center
  • 4.1km
    1 hours 20 minutes
  • Sokbat
  • 1.7km
    40 minutes
  • Saraoreum
  • 1.5km
    1 hours
  • Jindallaebat(1,500m)
  • 2.3km
    1 hours 30 minutes
  • Summit
Gwaneumsa Trail (Samgakbong 3hours 20 minutes, Summit 5hours) 8.7km
  • Gwaneumsa Campground
  • 3.2km
    1 hours
  • Tamna Valley
  • 1.7km
    1 hours 30 minutes
  • GaeMideung
  • 1.1km
    50 minutes
  • Samgakbong Peak Shelter(1,500m)
  • 2.7km
    1 hours 40 minutes
  • Summit
Donnaeko Trail (south cliff junction 3hours 30minutes) 7km
  • Donnaeko Visitors Center
  • 5.3km
    2 hours 50 minutes
  • Pyeonggwe Shelter
  • 1.7km
    40 minutes
  • south cliff junction
Eoseungsaengak Trail 1.3km
  • Eorimok Visitors Center
  • 1.3km
    30 minutes
  • Eoseungsaengak (1,169m)
Seokgulam Trail 1.5km
  • Parking Lot of Choonghon Cemetery
  • 1.5km
    50 minutes
  • Seokgulam

Notice for Climbers

  • 1) Please follow the designated climbing trails when you visit the Hallasan National Park; and opening hours can differ by the season. Please check the information before climbing.
  • 2) The trails will be closed when the National Weather Service issues special weather report (warnings and alarms for heavy rain, typhoon, and heavy snow, etc.) in the area.
  • 3) Destroying the natural environment of the National Park, including collecting plants, insects, stones, and soil, is strictly prohibited, and will be the subject of the penalty by the related regulations.
  • 4) When there are accidents or emergency, report to the Control Office for the Hallasan National Park or to 119 Rescue Center immediately, and notify the number on the Trail Location Sign around the premises to the rescue team.
  • 5) The weather changes frequently in the Hallasan area. Bring emergency food (candy, chocolate, salt, etc.) and additional clothing with you all the time, and in winter, bring warmup clothing, climbing irons, gloves, and hot water, etc.
  • 6) Camping and cooking is allowed at campsite near the Gwanneumsa Temple; other area of the Hallasan Mt. is banned of camping and cooking strictly.
  • 7) Please use public transportation when you visit the Hallasan National Park, and take every precaution against burglars for the valuables and car damaging.
  • 8) Hallasan National Park is the world natural heritage; please keep the etiquette by being polite to other visitors and bringing your rubbish back.

For more information on visiting the Hallasan Mountain, please visit the webpage of [Hallasan National Park] Shortcut →