Yeongsil Trail
Yeongsil Trail
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246, Yeongsil-ro, Jeju Island 63554 South Korea
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Diviva
Singapore, Singapore3,860 contributions
Oct 2019
The trail is relatively easy and is one of the shorter trails that takes you up Hallasan. The views along the trail are amazing and very well maintained. There are plentiful rest stops along the trail with excellent views of the surroundings. There are 2 carparks here. Do wait a little or arrive early to gain access to the car park nearer to the trail. The outer carpark requires a 2 km walk. Parking is very limited and controlled vehicle entrance to the car park near to the trail. Cater around 4 to 5 hours for a return trip from the nearer car park. Definitely worth a visit.
Written March 6, 2020
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Musings_MJ
Singapore, Singapore320 contributions
Nov 2022
This was one of the shorter trails (5.8 km) of Hallasan which brings you to Witae Oreum Shelter. But after the first section which is through a forested area, the trail gets rather steep and rocky. It can be challenging for those who are not used to such steep ascent. With frequent stops along the way, it took us almost 3 hours to reach the flat area which leads to Witae Oreum Shelter. From there, you get an excellent view of the summit of Hallasan. Scenery along the trail was amazing and highly recommended.

The descent is along the same path and less exhausting. Wear good hiking shoes and bring ample food and water along as there is no food at the top. Best to start the hike early say 8 am as the carpark (next to the trail entrance) fills up quickly.
Written November 13, 2022
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Mini Brown
Taichung, Taiwan270 contributions
Dec 2019 • Couples
It’s most beautiful trail in Jeju even can’t make to the top top but the view just gorgeous, if you are looking for a bit challenge trail also have good view this is the one you have to go!
Written March 22, 2020
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Joachim R
Zurich, Switzerland116 contributions
Aug 2019
Good, peaceful trail, starts slowly, then is quite steep for a while, then flattens out, nice views of a dome on its side. The path is well maintained, steps or planks lead almost all the way to the top. How to get there? By a taxi from Jungmun Beach (approx. 30,0000 Won). There also is a public bus. We went up on an overcast day, it was quite windy and chilly on top.
Written August 9, 2019
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Francismlee
Singapore150 contributions
Dec 2018 • Family
We went in winter with 2 young kids (6 & 8) and it was easy going but cold. Lots of locals ply this route and it’s 5km to the witsoreoum rest area where you can transfer to other trails or have a nice pit stop. Trekking poles and good shoes would be a good idea. The scenery is marvelous with very nice panaromic vistas all round
Written December 22, 2018
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Huei W
29 contributions
Nov 2019 • Friends
For a beginner hiker like me, this trail is acceptable, mostly stairs without much of stone paths. The view of the mountain is captivating. Hiking sticks would provide some help during the hike. I try to hike down through Donnaeko trail, it has more stone path comparing Yeongsil trail. In the end I turn back to Yeongsil trail.
Written November 23, 2019
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Spikeee
Kuala Lumpur59 contributions
Jun 2023 • Family
we brought our 2 kids up : 4 years and 10 years old. Our 10 year old was a champ and walked all the way up to the Witsaeoreum shelter - but it was very tiring for him on the way down.

Our 4 year old needed a lot of carrying up & down the track, which strengthened and tire-d out our quads/calves!

i would do this trail again but will stop at the top of the stairs overlooking the mountains' scenic views. Going through the plains was just alright and i felt there was no 'reward' to go further.

The spring water was amazing - cold and fresh!

would love to try this trail again in autumn!
Written June 13, 2023
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Yeongsil Trail - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)