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Seoul is really hot on summer so we decided to go on hiking since Korean mountains are not that high, especially those in Seoul. It’s easy to access because it is located near the Gyeongbok Palace. The mountain itself is not that high, only 300...More
I was marveled by mixed review and I have to say, really..to each their own. So when I receive a last minute prompt from Airbnb of joining their small group tour, guided by Sam an Airbnb Marketeer as well; I dived into it.
There are many trails to go to the top of the mountain. There are many stairs at the beginning of the climb, but as you progress, the journey will become harder as the trail can be quite steep. Nice workout!! I sweated all over although...More
This is a hike that involves climbing a lot of steps and stairs up to the top. There is a small section, closer to the top, that is steeper and requires a bit more care, but all in all, this hike can be done in...More
This was fun! You can get great views and good exercise without going to the highest summit. We went as high as we would then found lots of other paths to explore. There are many ways to access this mountain- from steps to paved paths....More
We read about this amazing hike online and decided to give it a try, as the difficulty level reviewed was "extremely easy with stairs and marked trail". As such we went totally unprepared and our mum followed as well. The ascending part was easy with...More
A walk up the mountain, took us 3-4 hours, including rest stops. The incline, which is steep in places, has crude steps that has been cut out of the granite rocks. Nearer the top, a rope handrail is in place to assist at the steep...More
Inwangsan Mountain is a fairly accessible hike which gives you amazing views of the city. There's no cost in entering the hiking trails, and is fairly safe to climb solo.
My friend and I took an early morning ride (around 5am) to Gyeongbokgung and figured...More
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You can google plenty of tour agencies online but we went on a free and easy way. As this mountain is not that difficult to hike and along the way there are police and ranger stations that you can enquire from. Going up and... More
You can google plenty of tour agencies online but we went on a free and easy way. As this mountain is not that difficult to hike and along the way there are police and ranger stations that you can enquire from. Going up and coming down takes the most 2 hours for an elderly. If your group is mainly young people and adults you can easily finish it within an hour.