Korea's best-known and best-loved National Park
a Key Sector of the Baekdu-daegan Mountain-System and Trail
|Late October, from the National Parks Administration
|The "Dinosaur Bones Ridge" or Manmul-sang [All various Things] in southeastern Seorak, seen
from the Hangye-ryeong Pass, where the Baekdu-daegan Trail crosses National Highway 44.
|from a mountain-hiker's magazine
|Baekdu-daegan Trail Guidebook
"Hiking Korea’s Mountain Spine"
By Roger Shepherd and Andrew Douch, with David A. Mason
is available for hikers and cultural-explorers!
Reviews, Interviews and Comments on the Guidebook
|a fascinating first-hand travelogue, with map, from 1892 from one of the first
westerners to ever visit Geumgang-san -- and the map gives us further evidence
that Seorak-san was considered to be the southern half of the Diamond Mountains
|a Seonang-dang (village guardian-spirit shrine)
in Yangyang County, just east of the Osaek area in South Seorak
|good video of the beauty of Seorak-san & its clouds...