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Hallasan Mountain

The Treasure of Jeju, Recognized by UNESCO, and a Roe Deer Sanctuary

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    As one of Korea’s 3 spirit mountains, Hallasan Mountain is located on the southernmost part of the Korean Peninsula, and lays claim to the title of South Korea’s tallest mountain with the height of 1,950m above sea level. Home to all sorts of vegetation, the mountain possesses immense scientific value and is a veritable treasure trove of animals and plants, leading to the designation of Hallasan Mountain Natural Reserve as Natural Monument 182 on October 12, 1966. In fall, when everything is blanketed by a colorful display of flowers, the mountain covered with the red color of the fall foliage is truly a sight to behold, while the snow-covered mountain in the winter stands out as the view to surpass all views. A young volcanic mountain from the Quarternary Period of the Cenozoic Era, Hallasan Mountain was believed to have erupted 25,000 years ago, and the 360 or so volcanic cones surrounding the mountain present a unique view. Furthermore, the majestic figure of Hallasan Mountain rising from the middle of the mountain makes it appear as if it is carrying itself with a benevolent yet tenacious spirit. 

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    This celebrated mountain possesses a view of nature that is constantly changing forms and colors according to the season, and this scenery is guaranteed to elicit gasps and exclamations from all who come across it. The mountain was designated as a National Park on March 24, 1970 and a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in December 2002. Furthermore, the beautiful land of Jeju and Hallasan Mountain, which preserved the mystery of ancient times and connected Jeju to Jungmun with its western core, were acknowledged as god-given gifts and an unparalleled treasure that must be maintained by the people of the world, leading to the designation of the Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes as Korea’s first UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site on June 27, 2007 as well as being recognized as Global Geopark on October 4, 2010.

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Address   2070-61, 1100-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
Contact  064-713-9950
Homepage   www.hallasan.go.kr/
Useful Information
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Closing Date
 Hours and trails open and close with the season, so please consult the website before departing.
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Parking Facilities
  Available
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Amenities
  Toilet, Convenience Store, Drinking Fountain,
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Information on Facilities for the Disabled
  Information on Facilities for the Disabled
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