Day 1: Hiking at BiseSeodae and Cheonbuldong Valley
Stop At: Sinheungsa Temple, 170, Seorak-dong, Sokcho, Gangwon-do 217-120 South Korea
After 3 hours driving from your hotel, you reach to trail head of Seoraksan. We begin our hiking from Sogongwon Park, after light hiking, you reach Biseondae (the platform for flying immortal spirit). It has been a favorite destination for poets and calligraphers interested in enjoying beautiful nature. Many letters, including “Biseondae,” are inscribed on the rock. Going up higher after passing Biseondae, You will hike to Cheonbuldong valley which is one of the most spectacular valleys in Korea. You will also see Gwimyeonam Rock(Scary ghost face shaped rock) as it stood at the entrance of Cheonbuldong Valley. This trail is moderate. During hiking, delicious Korean hiking lunch and snack are serviced. After hike, we stop at a Buddhist temple(Sinheungsa) located near the entrance of Seoraksan.
Duration: 5 hours
• Lunch: We will supply Korean hiking lunch and snacks for this hiking.
Accommodation included: Accommodation included at Seoraksan or Sokcho city, 3-star Hotel or above
Day 2: Hiking at twelve Fairys' basins Valley, the most breathtakingly beautiful valley in Seoraksan
Stop At: Baekdamsa Temple, 746, Baekdam-ro, Buk-myeon, Inje-gun, Gangwon-do 24606 South Korea
We will hike twelve fairy’ basins valley which has a legend that fairies in heaven came down to take a bath. It is one of the most beautiful places in Inner Seoraksan with waterfalls form ponds (baths) on the rock. The name indicates 12 such places, The one on the highest spot named Boksungatang Basin waterfall(boksunga is peach. a peach-shaped waterfall) is the best in the 84m-long valley. This trail takes about three hours. After hiking, we move to your hotel in Seoul.
Duration: 4 hours
No accommodation included on this day.
Traveler pickup is offered
We pick up at any hotels in Seoul.
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The most prominent mountain is Seoraksan National Park with breathtaking pinnacles, beautiful valleys, cliffs, scenic waterfalls, located on the east-central part, and is the most popular with tourists and hikers. Seoraksan is listed by the Korean government with UNESCO as a tentative World Heritage site and designated as a nature reserve in 1965 and UNESCO designated it as a biosphere reserve in 1982. You will hike two best trails of Cheonbuldong valley with deep beautiful granite valleys and twelve fairy’s basins valley with stunning basins and waterfalls each day for two days.
•Four to Five hours' hiking each day for two days at the two trails with experienced mountaineering guide
•Visiting a Buddhist temple(Sinheungsa)
•Visiting beautiful Naksan Temple on Naksan Beach
•Dinner with Korean barbecue and Korean rice wine(Makgeolli)
•accommodation at hotel
•Transport by private vehicle
•Hotel pick-up and drop-off