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Dulle Trails

Gwanaksan Trail
Gwanaksan Trail

Gwanaksan Trail is adjacent to Gwanaksan Mountain, one of the most famous mountains in the metropolitan area, and allows hikers to circulate Gwanaksan Mountain, which belongs to Anyang, Gwacheon, Gwanak-gu and Geumcheon-gu.

The entire section is 31.2 km long, and mountain is 629 m tall, and it is a natural trail where hikers can appreciate the beautiful scenery of the Gwanaksan Trail and learn about history and ecology.

Six sections fall within the boundaries of Anyang, and each section offers its unique forest trails of Anyang for visitors. Among them, the Gwanaksan Trail, which runs from Seoksu Station and passes through Geumgangsa Temple, Anyang Art Park, Manghaeam Temple, Bibong Walkway, Naebisan Mountain Entrance, Gwanaksan Nature Education Center, and Ganchon Mineral Spring, offering hikers to heal their fatigue through the panoramic view of Manan-gu in Anyang. Although its slightly steep hill may be challenging for some, it will allow hikers who complete the trail to feel completely refreshed afterwards.

Gwanaksan Trail Course

Seoksu Station (from Anyang) to Ganchon Mineral Spring (border of Anyang)

Section #1

(Distance: 1.9 km; Time required: approx. 40 minutes)
  • 1 Seoksu
    Station
  • 2 Seoksu
    Badminton
    Court Entrance
  • 3 Haesol
    School
    Fork
  • 4 Jeongsim Women's
    Information
    Industry School
  • 5 Anyang Church
    Education Center
  • 5 Geumgangsa
    Temple

Section #2

(Distance: 1.6 km; Time required: approx. 40 minutes)
  • 1 Geumgangsa
    Temple
    Entrance
  • 2 Seoksilbun
    Fork
  • 3 Rest
    Area #1
  • 4 Anyangsa
    Temple
  • 5 Anyang Art
    Park Parking
    Lot
  • 6 Álvaro
    Siza Hall

Section #3

(Distance: 1.5 km; Time required: approx. 50 minutes)
  • 1 Álvaro
    Siza Hall
  • 2 Jijangsa
    Temple
    Backtrail
  • 3 Gwanakcheon
    Mineral Spring
  • 4 Manghaeam
    Temple

Section #4

(Distance: 0.9 km; Time required: approx. 20 minutes)
  • 1 Manghaeam Temple
  • 2 Bodeoksa Fork
  • 3 Bibong Walkway

Section #5

(Distance: 2.8 km; Time required: approx. 1 hour)
  • 1 Bibongsan
    Walkway
  • 2 Sangbuldang
    Mineral Spring
  • 3 Bisan Middle
    School
  • 4 Capital Corps
    Entrance
  • 5 Gwanaksan Forest
    Park Entrance

Section #6

(Distance: 1.3 km; Time required: approx. 30 minutes)
  • 1 Gwanaksan
    Forest Park
    Entrance
  • 2 Maecheon
    Mineral Spring
  • 3 Nature
    Education
    Center
  • 4 Mudanggol
    Stream
  • 5 Ganchon
    Mineral
    Spring