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One of the most popular pastimes in Seoul is hiking and this stunning national park just outside the city is a local favorite. Aside from a variety of hiking trails for every skill level, you’ll also see lots of flora and fauna, temples and ancient...more
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I followed the course from entrance of Bukhansanseong to the peak, Baegindae. It was a little windy and snowing. Had to wait the queue to the top even in Thursday. Great scenery and it's worthwhile to sweat to the top. Came down to the way...More
Korean people climb mountains that is just what they do and it is a good thing they do because they make sure that these trails are well maintained and full of nice little extras like rope climbing up the side of a rockface. Which for...More
this mountain was good in its vicinity within the city, it was little inconvenient in that it had no food stall inbetween the halfway through mountain climbing like water or simple food, like Gimbap or ice-cream especially in summer.
The park is easily accessible right next to Seoul. The views are also really awesome on clear days. It can be a bit packed in some areas as it is right next to the city and Koreans do love hiking. There is some good climbing...More
Bukhansan is an amazing place. You could go every single weekend and hike different areas at different skill levels.
Some of the trails include rope climbing and pulling yourself up steep areas via steel rails, so be aware of that before going. It caught us...More
What a neat experience. Beautiful even in the winter. The trails are great although a little confusing. Plenty of interesting sights along the trails. Koreans love their hiking and this is a great place for that.
Great Korean hiking experience. We have hiked three different trails with four kids (10, 7, 5, and 2+/-). We have a special back pack for the youngest. Depending on the trail and time it can be busy with other hikers. Recommend taking public transportation. We...More