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Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)

  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
  • Woraksan National Park (월악산국립공원)
Address
1647, Mireuksonggye-ro, Jecheon-si, Chungcheongbuk-do
충청북도 제천시 한수면 미륵송계로 1647
Type
National & Provincial & County Parks
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-43-653-3250
Homepage
worak.knps.or.kr (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
  • Information
    Introduction
    Woraksan National Park is filled with valleys and beautiful waterfalls. Although the path to the peak of Woraksan Mountain may be steep and rugged, once you’re up there, you are surrounded by Korean White Pine Trees and looking down on a stunning view of the lakes below. In winter the snow-covered scenery of this national park is breathtaking, and has been compared to Korea’s famous Geumgangsan Mountain. The park contains an abundance of wildlife and plants, many of which are extremely rare, so some hiking courses are regulated to prevent forest fires and ensure their protection. Within the park there are several traditional temples to visit and many attractions are located nearby, including the Suanbo hot springs.

    Closed
    * Subject to abrupt closure due to adverse weather conditions.

    Mountain Not Access Period
    [Seasonal Forest Fire Prevention Period]
    Twice a year in spring and fall; dates vary by year.

    * Additional closures applicable at the disclosure of park rangers

    Hiking Course
    Yeongbong Peak Course (Deokjusa Temple)
    Yeongbong Peak Course (Dongchanggyo Bridge)
    Yeongbong Peak Course (Silleuksa Temple)
    Yeongbong Peak Course (Bodeogam Hermitage)
    Bukbawisan Mountain Course (Mullebanga Mill)
    Bukbawisan Mountain Course (Moeak-dong)
    Mansubong Peak Valley Course
    Mansugyegok Valley Course
    Haneuljae Pass History Course
    Poamsan Mountain Course
    Mapaebong Peak Course
    Baekdudaegan Mountain Range Course
    Geumsusan Mountain Course (Sanghak)
    Geumsusan Mountain Course (Sangcheon Stream)
    Oksunbong Peak Course
    Gusambong Peak Course
    Jebibong Peak Course (Eoreumgol Cave)
    Jebibong Peak Course (Janghoe)
    Doraksan Mountain Course (Jebong Peak)
    Doraksan Mountain Course (Chaeunbong Peak)
    Doraksan Mountain Course (Naegunggi)
    Mansubong Peak Ridge Course

    Night-time Hike Restriction Notice
    For the safety of hikers and preservation of the environment, night-time hiking is strictly prohibited.
    Last admission: November-March 13:00, 14:00 / April-October 14:00, 15:00
    * Admission hour varies by course; please inquire in advance.

    Natural Preservation Areas (closed to public)
    * Areas of Yeongbong, Jungbong & Habong Peaks (Excluding hiking trails): Until 2026

    Parking Facilities
    Available

    Available Facilities
    [Campgrounds] Datdonjae Full-option Camping Zone, Songgye Autocamping, Datdonjae Campsite, Deokju Campsite, Yongha Campsite
    [Visitors' Centers] Songgye Information Center, Samun-ri Information Center, Deokju Information Center, Sangseonam Information Center

    Restrooms
    Available

    Parking Fees
    Small vehicles (less than 1,000cc): 2,000 won
    Mid-sized vehicles (more than 1,000cc, under 25 passengers, under 4 tons): 4,000 won (peak season: 5,000 won)
    Large-sized vehicles (25 passengers or more, 4 tons or more): 6,000 won (peak season: 7,500 won)

    Pets
    Not permitted

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