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Hallasan – Climbing, Hiking & Mountaineering

Crater at the top of the mountain, Hallasan photo


Photo credit: Limks

Hallasan photo


Photo credit: Limks

  • Elevation: 1950 m
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  • Best months to climb: May, June, July
  • Convenient center: Seong Sam Jae

Hallasan Climbing Notes

Weide from SINGAPORE writes:

There are a few trails up Hallasan. I took the Seongpanak trail. It is made up of wooden and rocky steps. Certain parts are quite steep rocks but it is still ok to climb up without using hands. <br/> <br/>The last part is quite easy but tedious which makes up of endless man-made stairs. <br/> <br/>It took me about 5 hours to reach the peak in a slow pace with intermediate water and photo taking breaks. The descend was about 3 hours without any breaks in between.


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Hallasan Location Map

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Surf breaks located close to Hallasan Mountain peaks around Hallasan Roads and rivers around Hallasan

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10 other mountain peaks closest to Hallasan:

1. Baegunsan (South Jeolla) (1218 m) 217.9 km
2. Naejangsan (763 m) 237.4 km
3. Jirisan (1915 m) 244.2 km
4. Cheontaesan (Chungcheong) (715 m) 325.4 km
5. Mount Sefuri (1055 m) 356.7 km
6. Unzen (1359 m) 358.3 km
7. Songnisan (1058 m) 373.5 km
8. Aso (1592 m) 429.4 km
9. Chilbo-san (Gyeonggi) (239 m) 433.4 km
10. Sakura-jima (1117 m) 436.7 km


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