|Gangneung Bau-gil Road [Course 5] ([강릉 바우길 5구간] 바다 호숫길)|
|Gangneung Bau-gil Road is a 150-km walking trail from Baekdudaegan Mountain Range to Gyeongpo and Jeongdongjin.
The 10 walking courses that make up Bau-gil Road wind around mountains and seas,
offering a scenic view to anyone taking any of the courses.
“Bau” means “rock” in Gangwon-do dialect. When the people of Gangwon-do refer to Gangwon-do in a friendly way, they call it “Gamjabau.” Like the name, Gangneung Bau-gil features nature and human-friendly trekking courses surrounded by nature. By traveling on foot, people can enjoy the tranquil scene and the scent of pine trees from the forest that make up almost 70% of the routes.
[Gangneung Bau-gil Course 5]
This 16 km-long route along the coast includes tourist attractions such as Sacheonjin-ri Haebyeon (Beach) Park, Gyeongpo Beach, Gyeongpo Lake, Heo Gyun and Heo Nanseolheon Memorial Park, and Namhangjin Beach. Collect shells near the beach, enjoy the view from the deck, and take leisurely stroll on Korea's longest and lushest pine grove path. The lakeroad in Gyeongpo, as well as the Chodang Solbat-gil (pine grove road) at Heo Gyun and Heo Nanseolheon Memorial Park makes this a beloved trekking attraction.
Course 5] Bada Hosut-gil (Sea and Lake Road)
＊Hour: 6 hr
＊Availability of drinking water: Supermarket near the starting point and supermarket at the middle point of the route.
＊Route: Sacheonjin-ri Haebyeon Park - Sacheon Port - Solbat (pine tree road) Sacheon Beach - Gyeongpo Beach - Gyeongpo Lake - Gangmun - Anmok - Namhangjin
|From Seoul Express Bus Terminal and Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, take an express bus bound for Gangneung Express Bus Terminal.
Take a taxi to the venue.
(10km away / Estimated time: 30 min / Fare: 13,000 won)