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Hallasan National Park

Jeju, Jeju Island, South Korea
+82 64-713-9950
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Jeju, Jeju Island, South Korea
+82 64-713-9950

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Starting the beautiful day with sunrise on top of Hallasan Mountain. Refresh and restore yourself. Worth to hike~~^^

Thank DekYing B
Reviewed 4 days ago

We went on a hike at Hallasan National Park and the scenery was beautiful. The park was beautiful and well kept.

Thank Cedric D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Only did a short hike in the park but the views were amazing and I will definitely go back when I can.

Thank Josh S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The scene is real nice and definetly is an enjoyable hike. A must to visit when you r in jeju. Don't miss this amazing place.

Thank Cherry L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

So we went to Hallasan but didn't have much time, so we've decided to do the yeongsil train until the shelter and then go back the other way (eorekon? Haha). It was about 2hours each ways so 4 hours total. The mountain is free but...More

1  Thank Emma-shanghai
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Hallasan national park is a beautiful place with fresh atmosphere. My family was so pretty enjoy🌿🍃. We took many photos hahaa

Thank Ngan N
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Walk to the highest mountain in Jeju. Then you can find a excellent view and enjoy the strong wind. Remember bring more water and some food. And keep clean for the natural environment.

Thank keung2016
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I’m not a huge trekker, I don’t go trekking at every place travelled. We picked the Yeongsil trail as it was said to be relatively easy and also one of the most scenic. We drove our way up and paid about 1000 KRW for parking....More

Thank Paige L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We went in fall and took the Youngsil pathway. There are about 4-5 different ways to hike up. I thought ours was supposed to be an easier one, but Id say it is like walking up the stairs endlessly. Once you get high up enough,...More

Thank Yjyj2
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

For 1st time hikers climbing Mount Hallasan, take note of the different hike trails AND the closing time for each trail. This is especially if you drove on your own and parked at 1 of the 5 (one of the locals told me there are...More

3  Thank AdamSmith1357
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Samuel S
28 November 2017|
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Response from jj4ie | Reviewed this property |
It will have to be a 200 series bus. The best would be to go to the bus terminal and look at the complete schedule. If you can read korean, kakao bus app is wonderful. Google doesnt work for bus schedules. There should be a... More
Ghita E
1 October 2017|
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Response from Michelle B | Reviewed this property |
Nope, better to leave your heavy luggage inside the car just bring handy bag so it will be easy to go up... :-) enjoy!!!
Melisa O
27 September 2017|
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Response from 67ngz | Reviewed this property |
Hi you do not really need crampons to hike hallasan in the winter :) I have hiked it in my 6inch Timberland boots before. There is lots of ropes around the path if u need something to grab on. Crampons and hiking sticks do... More