When 70% of the landscape of South Korea is mountains, it’ll be a loss if you don’t plan a hike or two during your days in this destination. You don’t necessarily need to be a hiker to have this experience if you have even a slight passion for adventure- this is something you should try out!
Seoraksan – the tallest and the prettiest
Seoraksan’s highest peak is Daecheongbonh which is about 5600 feet high. The treks will not exceed 3 hours for sure, and you will surely be rewarded with sensational views all the way.
Bukhansan- lungs of Seoul
If you are staying at a hotel near Myeongdong Station the likes of Travelodge Myeongdong Euljiro, traveling to the Bukhansan National Park will take less than 1 hour, this is where you will find the Bukhansan Mountain.
Taebaeksan – where you can see snow flowers
This is a mountain that generally blooms in the winter and if you plan your hike during this season, you will be lucky to see tree branches sparkle with frozen snow!
Songnisan – the best for sight seekers
Songnisan is popular as one mountain range that has magnificent mountains. The best views are available if you plan your hike during the autumn season.