겨울 한라산은 너무 좋아요이번 겨울은 따뜻해서 눈이 많이 없었지만, 한국에서 제일 아름다운 산 이에요!!영실-어리목 코스는 윗세오름 볼 수 있고 난이도도 높지 않아 추천합니다
꿈을 꾸는듯 스펙타클한 날씨와 맑은 공기.
국내에서 제일높은산 꼭 한번 가보고 싶었던 산이었는데 이렇게 가보게 되어 내인생 뜻깊었던 날이었어요 제주하면 한라산 백록담 등반 진심 추천합니다
Отличный парк, очень большой, вход бесплатный. Подьем и спуск на вулкан занимает около 7-8 часов, обязательна треккинговая обувь, иначе ноги к клнцу путешествия стопчутся по колено. Пейзажи головокружительные. Озеро на вершине Халласана в сентябре потрясающее (но до этого неделю шли дожди). Единственный минус - лестница на вулкан. От такого подьема сильно болят ноги, а спуск колени убивает совсем.
An UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and a World Heritage Site, the Hallasan National Park is loaded with walking trails and is home to South Korea’s highest mountain named the Shield Volcano Hallasan. You’ll find about 1800 different kinds of plants and a number of alpine animals along the way up. The park is a unique place for nature lovers. Settled right in the heart of Jeju island, this park with high density woods and blooming hillsides is concidered as a treat to be at. Transportation: start with chosing a right trail for you. There many different ways up to the mountain, but only one of them will bring you to the summit. To get to the entrance you’d probably need to take one of the public busses or rent a car. Both options are convenient. Equipment: You’d definitely need to be prepared for a long and tiring walk. All the trails are devided into segments, based on their difficulty. Some of the parts of the trail would be paved, some wouldn’t be equipped at all. You’d be grateful for those parts where you’d be able to walk and step on the wooden bridges and paths. But except those short and the easiest parts of the way, you’d need to climb on the steep and narrow rocks, hop along cobblestones and boulders. Timing: don’t rush, remember when you’re on the top, that was only a half of your journey. There is the same long way down the mountain when you’re on the summit. Tips: be prepared for considerable change of the temperature and other weather conditions. We started in a pleasant sunny day and finished when it was drizzling and the fog was literally embracing us. Add up some wind and decreased temperature and you’re almost in our shoes over there. You’d definetely need to wear tracking boots or something alike, protecting and supporting your feet well. Otherwise you’ll risk hurting your ankles and knees. (as us, cause we were not prepared)You’d also want to change your clothes after 6-7 hours tracking up and down this mountain.
i really loved the wild trail to Hallasan mountain. while going uphill we took Erimonk trail which was really fabulous covered by thick rain forests and water streams. we descened down by yeonglon trail which was itself like trail to heaven. all in all a very good experience
a must visit place if you are in Jeju,all the trails are good and the scenic beauty is great