Hallasan stands out at the center of South Korea's southernmost island, boasting exquisite landscapes due to its varied volcanic topography and vegetation distribution ranging vertically through the subtropical, temperate, frigid and alpine zones.The special nature of this area led to its being designated and managed as a national park in 1970, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 2002, a World Natural Heritage Site in 2007. Muljangori Oreum registered as a Ramsar Wetland in 2008.
Eorimok Trail (6.8Km 3hours)
Eorimok Square ~ South Wall Fork
: Eorimok Square -> Sajebi Hill -> Manse Hill -> Witseoreum Shelter -> South Wall Fork
Gwaneumsa Trail (8.7Km 5hours)
Camping Ground ~ Summit
: Camping Ground -> Tamna Valley -> Samgakbong -> Summit
Yeongsil Trail (5.8Km 2.5hours)
Yeongsil ~ South Wall Fork
: Yeongsil Resting Place -> Oriental Screen Rocks -> Witseoreum Shelter -> South Wall Fork
Donnaeko Trail (7Km 3.5hours)
Visitor center ~ South wall Fork
: Visitor center -> Pyeonggwe Shelter -> South wall Fork
Seongpanak Trail (9.6Km 4.5hours)
Visitor center ~ Summit
: Visitor center -> Sokbat -> Saraak -> jindallae bat -> Summit
Eoseungsaengak Trail (1.3Km 30minutes)
: Visitor center -> Summit of Eoseungsaengak
Seokgulam Trail
( 1.5km, 50minutes one way walk)