Hallasan National Park
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Alex H
Port St. Mary, UK928 đóng góp
thg 1 năm 2023 • Cặp đôi
My partner and I did the Seongpanak trail during January 2023 when it was snowy and icy. Please be aware you NEED TO BOOK ONLINE ahead for your time slot, which is something not well advertised online or in lonely planets books. There are 3 time slots (06:00-08:00, 08:00-10:00 and 10:00-12:00) and there are limited slots on each one, so get your booking in as soon as possible. We left our booking late but the website seems incredibly temperamental, so managed to get a slot. We took the bus number 181 (5,500 WON each) from Jungang Rotary East roundabout, Seogwipo, and arrived for around 6:45am when it was still dark. If you are doing the trail at this time in winter, make sure to bring a torch or have your phone light handy. This trail is a 9.6km one way trail, so 19.2km in total. My partner isn’t very physically fit, but I am, although neither of us are regular hikers whatsoever. I found the trail fairly straightforward going up, although there are definitely some steep / treacherous areas in winter. My partner struggled in the mid section (the so called harder section), and also the final ascent which is very steep. Including stop offs for toilet breaks at the two shelters, photographs and food/drink breaks, the total time up and back down was 8 and a half hours, but someone fitter such as myself probably could’ve done it more like 7 to 7 and a half. Once finishing, we caught the bus 182 back to the same roundabout in Seogwipo (5,500 WON each).
Some tips - 1. Bring plenty of food and water. Gimbaps from 24 hour shops are perfect, and we also brought pastries, cereal bars, bananas and Gatorade. 2. Wear plenty of layers as the peak in winter is windy and cold, to the point where your hair freezes. 3. Spikes or appropriate footwear with excellent grip is essential in winter. 4. Don’t forget to get a picture with the rock at the top for proof when you descend to get your certificate.
Đã viết vào 23 tháng 1, 2023
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Louis Chia
Singapore, Singapore49 đóng góp
thg 10 năm 2022
A must-do when visiting Jeju It would most likely take the whole day for it to climb and enjoy the sights. Recommend that you bring enough water and food for pit stops along the way. Walking sticks are useful and many of the hikers are using them.
Đã viết vào 14 tháng 11, 2022
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NeoAngelz
Queenstown, New Zealand131 đóng góp
thg 10 năm 2022
This is almost the only thing worth it from Jeju, a horrible Island with nothing interesting. Hallasan park is beautiful with great and easy treks.
Đã viết vào 9 tháng 11, 2022
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AnLil
889 đóng góp
thg 8 năm 2022 • Gia đình
My family underestimated the climb to Halla Mountain peak, where Baengnokdam Lake is above the clouds inside the crater (no longer active this past millennium). It is 2,000 metres high (1/4 the height of Mount Everest); yet its unique biodiversity can be seen. We arrived close to 8:30 and returned around 5:30; parking cost (1,800 KRW) can be paid by visa. With nearly two thousand species of biodiversity, Halla is the only mountain in the world that has both coastal and polar varieties of foliage—transitioning from tropical plants, pine and giant temperate cedars to Jeju spruce and maples. It developed 10,000 years before the supposed land mass to Korea’s mainland and 15,000 years before Jeju horse and human fossils were found; you can see the ancient cave for food storage and a type of kiln used for creating charcoal that was carried down the mountain instead of oak. Pre-registering for Gwaneumsa for free at visithalla.jeju. go.kr with Kakao/ Korean contact numbers, we climbed 8,685 stairs during the ascent. The first 1,500-1600 did not seem bad; but increasingly the gradient of more than 20% made the stairs steep and multidirectional (without a hand rail). Mid-late August was a good time of year to hike, as the stairs and long ramps were dry and people could get by with only a t-shirt. The 18-km route (return) is deceiving because with bridges and river rock crossings included, Strava showed over 21 km. Just after the halfway mark and initial bridge is the first of two toilets on the mountain—2 km to the next at the real check-in Center or “shelter.” (The warden there clears everyone to start their peak hike at 12:15-1:00; and at the summit, announcements told people to leave and begin their descent before 2:30.) A French couple we met barely made it to the peak the second day; on the first day they were turned away from the Center warden for arriving 5 minutes after the cut-off time of 1:00 to attempt the peak trail. (The QR code presented at the base affords 2.5 to 3.5 hours for hikers to reach this Center where the view really begins.) Only 1,800 stairs from the base and past a bridge will a “Welcome to Halla” sign appear. It will be 1,230 stairs to the next rest stop: a natural memorial to where a military carrier plane crashed (Feb 5, 1982). The rocky ground was uneven to that point; the remaining 5,655 stairs would become the hardest. People need to wear the right shoes, because the only way down if ankles turn on lava rock is one of the three helicopter pads near the top. Carrying sufficient 2-3 L individual drinks on the bus, car or taxis (parked in front of the lot until 6:30 pm) will avoid dehydration, or take the easier Seongpanak path to the top and return from the base of Gwaneumsa by taxi. A small store across the street accepts cash, and buying gimbab (rolls of cooked ‘sushi’) or packing a lunch is a good idea to re-energize in time for the long descent from the top. Watch the Jeju grandmas and grandpas motor up/down the path before the young adults. Black Yak isn’t a term in Korea for nothing, and the Jeju tradition of climbing sacred mountains 1-4 times daily has kept locals in “peak” shape!
Đã viết vào 28 tháng 8, 2022
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Mark R
Amsterdam, Hà Lan10 đóng góp
thg 8 năm 2022 • Cặp đôi
We took the Seongpanak hike. It is extremely long and rather tedious, as there is nothing to see aside from trees all the way up. Expect to lose an entire day going there. If you enjoy long hikes as an exercise then this might be worth it, but if you want to enjoy the sights of Jeju this is a waste of time on a short trip.
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mel7155
Singapore, Singapore832 đóng góp
thg 6 năm 2022 • Cặp đôi
We hiked up Mr Hallasan from the Seongpanak trail which is 9.7km long and hiked down along the Northern route - think it is called Gan something trail at 8.6km long . The whole hike took 9.5hours , travelled 18 km and according to garmin, we burned 2500 calories . The trail is simply challenging and we took 9 months to prepare for this hike . The trail was simply beautiful and we understand that it is a track that every Korean would like to do- similar to hiking aspiration of the Japanese to climb Mt Fuji .

Do note that you will need to apply for a permit to hike up Mt Hallasan in order to protect the peak - the facilities and shelter along the route us top notch and I understand why the locals try to wear the latest hiking gear and apply make up to look good as the facilities allow you to sanitize yourself going up and down . The views are top notch and breathtaking at the top after you get over the exhaustion of ascending . Very convenient for a taxi in and taxi out trip to and from your hotel . Do note that the authorities only allow 1500 hiking permits a day to reach the top of the mountain and their is a strict cutoff time that you must adhere to when you climb up and descend as they are very serious about hiker safety and protecting the natural ecosystem .

For our next trip to Jeju , we plan to hike Mt Hallasan again .
Đã viết vào 23 tháng 6, 2022
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Kilian
2 đóng góp
thg 6 năm 2022 • Bạn bè
Nous sommes partis à 3 pour faire l'ascension du mythique mont Halla. Il existe deux moyens d'atteindre ce dernier, soit en passant par le Seongpanak trail, soit en passant par le Gwaneumsa trail.

En ce qui nous concerne, nous avons fait l'ascension par Gwaneumsa et la descente par Seongpanak mais nous vous conseillons de faire l'inverse, car la montée est légèrement plus rude du côté de Gwaneumsa.

Les paysages sont beaux, bien que manquant de fleurs à la saison estivale (mois de juin). Le sentier dispose de nombreuses explications sur la flore locale, idéal pour en apprendre un petit peu plus! Nous vous conseillons également de bien faire attention à la couverture nuageuse, qui peut gâcher la vue une fois arrivé au sommet !

Cette randonnée fait environ 18km et peut être exigeante pour les personnes n'ayant pas l'habitude de la marche et/ou peu sportives. Le sommet de la plus haute montagne de Corée doit tout de même se mériter.
Đã viết vào 16 tháng 6, 2022
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Raymond H
Singapore, Singapore1.849 đóng góp
thg 5 năm 2022
We love the hike but descending the trail (We used Gwaneumsa Trail up and down) was taught with endless rocks. There are many steps to negotiate. Only the fittest will survive in this relatively lower gradient mountain. Overall, we had a great time. Just don't forget to pack your lunch and picnic at the top together with hordes of colourful ahjummas and ahjussis
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ian s
Yorkshire, UK5.863 đóng góp
thg 4 năm 2022
I flow to Jeju just to walk up this mountain. You have to apply to the Hallasan National Park visitor management system for the QR code admission ticket. My ticket was for the Gwaneumsa Course, time slot 5-30am - 8-00am. I started my walk at 7-50am, It was perfect walking weather, overcased so not too warm. There is a 500 hiker per day limit on this route to the top, on the other easier route there is a 1000 hiker per day limit. The first few kms is easy going and you think to yourself this walk is going to be a piece of cake.

After around 4 kms you reach the first of two public toilets on the route. From there the walk becomes a uphill slot with countless wooden steps. On the way up there is two downhill's with maybe a couple of hundred steps to walk down before walking uphill again. After the second public W.C. the route is a never ending series of wooden staircases until at last it flattens out and the top of the mountain. When I did it there was maybe a hundred or more walkers queuing to get a photo next to the summit stone. I just gave my phone to a person and asked them to take a photo with the stone in the background. Within minutes I was on my way back down.

The reason why you need a photo with you and the summit stone (even if it over your shoulder in the distance) is to claim your Certificate of climbing Mt, Hallasan. On the Gwaneumsa Course you can self print your certificate at a booth just past the QR-cord booth at the trail head If like me you are clueless with mobile phones you can go the manned QR code booth and them to do it for you. There have a printer in the booth and was very happy to do it for me. It costs 1000 won (around 1 us$)

Facts and figures, I am a 73 year old Englishman on an extended holiday in Korea. Start time 7-50am, summited at 11-05am. Started down at 11-15 and back to the trailhead at 12-55pm. Yes I do class myself as a bit of a mountain walker so these times are maybe a little faster then average, but mountain walking is about enjoying yourselves and not about how fast you can get up and down.

I took a litre of liquid, in hindsight I should have taken more and I did finish it off when I was within sight of the carpark. There is a shop across the road from the carpark. Food, I took no food just a few sweets and a couple of chocolate bars. So the bottom line is you have to take all the food and drink with you. It does say that you can get drinking water at the second WC (shelter) but I could not find any so don't depend on it.

Getting back to Jeju City. There was no buses so I started walking the 8 miles back to my hotel on the seafront. Pleased to say that I did manage to flag down a taxi after around a mile. All in all a very enjoyable day out on the mountain.
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Jay Nam
Seoul, Hàn Quốc1.356 đóng góp
thg 8 năm 2021 • Một mình
한라산국립공원은 첫 방문이었습니다. 차로 제주시와 서귀포시를 오가는 도롯길에 바람도 쐬고 시간보내긴 했지만, 산행은 처음!!
등산 초보자도 어렵지 않은 “영실코스”로 1,700m 윗새오름까지 다녀왔습니다. 오후 3시 이전엔 입산해야해서 점심식사 후에 영실주차장에 주차하고 마음 편안하게 조심조심 다녀왔습니다. 코스가 험하지 않지만 나무계단이 많은 발걸음에 닳아있어 조심해야합니다. 슬리퍼 신고 오는 분들 더러 있더라구요 위험천만입니다. 제주도 가운에 솟은 한반도 이남의 최고 산답게 산세가 완만하지만 웅장하고 남쪽 서귀포 산방산, 서쪽 비양도 북쪽 제주시 바다까지 한 눈에 들어올만큼
광대한 PANORAMIC VIEW를 감상할 수 있습니다.
하산길에 한라산 노루떼를 많이 많이 봤습니다 노루 울음소리가 혼자 듣기엔 무서웠지만 인상깊은 한라산 산행이었습니다
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