Safe Busan, Safe Trekking
Introduction of the Untact Travel Destination in Busan
- Travel Photos
Jangsan MountainIf you enjoy trekking, you probably heard of Jangsan Mountain in Haeundae before. Depart from Daecheon Park and walk along the impressive trail course that stretches out along the valley. Daecheon Park is a large lake park situated at the entrance of Jangsan Mountain. Before trekking, take a walk around the lake trail to warm up.
A detailed map displayed at the entrance of the hiking trail introduces each hiking trail. Choose the course that suits your physical condition then begin trekking. If you are not ready to conquer the summit, you can start with the beginning course (course 1). As you begin trekking, you will feel the coolness from the cool valley at the side as a pleasant start. Explore the Jangsan trail, where you’ll experience the fresh and attractive aroma of the forest.
Address: 331-9, Jangsan-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan
Get off from Exit 10 of Jangsan Station (Line 2 of Busan Metro) and take a taxi.
Parking: Daecheon Park Public Parking Lot
Hwangnyeongsan MountainHwangnyeongsan Mountain is a famous night view site in Busan. The place offers a great view of the gleaming nightscape of the city, making it a popular night driving course. Covering the four districts of Busan, Hwangnyeongsan Mountain also has a perfect trekking course that starts with a well-organized trail and connects to hiking trails to reach the summit. Although the walk to the summit is not easy, a great sense of fulfillment and joy of observing Busan’s magnificent view will cover you upon reaching the top. Moreover, walking on the trail has plenty of uphill’s and downhills for an enjoyable forest trekking, so it’s best to choose a section and return to the starting point afterward.
Address: 391-39, Hwangnyeongsan-ro, Nam-gu, Busan
Get off from Exit 6 of Geumnyeonsan Station (Line 2 of Busan Metro) and take a taxi.
Parking: Hwangnyeongsan Viewing Lounge Parking Lot