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Dobongsan Mountain, located in the northeastern section of Bukhansan National Park, is known for the magnificent rock formations of the main peak, Jaunbong Peak (740.2 m), as well as Manjangbong, Seoninbong, Jubong, Obong Peaks and Uiam Rock. Seoninbong Peak in particular has 37 hiking courses, including the famous Bakjwi (Bat) Course.
The mountain is also home to Cheonchuksa Temple, the oldest temple in the region, and several other temples including Mangwolsa and Hoeryongsa Temples, as well as a number of beautiful valleys such as Dobonggyegok, Songchugyegok, Obonggyegok and Yeongeocheongyegok Valleys. Dobongsan Mountain is easily accessible by public transportation, making it a popular attraction for people living in Seoul.
Tel : +82-2-954-2566
Address : Dobong-dong, Dobong-gu, Seoul
Homepage : bukhan.knps.or.kr
Restricted Mountain Areas
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Mountain Not Access Period
[Seasonal Forest Fire Prevention Period]
Spring: March - mid-May / Fall: November - mid-December (Subject to change)
* Subject to change based on weather conditions
Compact car 500 won / Small & mid-size car 1,100 won / Large car 2,000 won
Low season: Compact car 2,000 won / Small & mid-size car 4,000 won / Large car 6,000 won
Peak season: Compact car 2,000 won / Small & mid-size car 5,000 won / Large car 7,500 won