Welcome to another week of Travel Photo Thursday. One great way for budget travelers to experience Korea is to lace up your boots and hit the mountain trails. There are even a few parks with cable cars if you prefer to leave the hiking to someone else. However you get to the top, you’ll enjoy the views that await you. This week I’m sharing with you a few of the shots I’ve taken from “the top”.
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I can’t remember the name of this mountain (which wasn’t very high) near Daejeon, but the view was gorgeous.
Korea’s Mount Sorak (I confess to taking the cable car to the top!)
Boriam Hermitage — Geun-San Mountain, Namhae Island (This was short hike that we did during a cherry blossom getaway last spring.)
From the summit of Mount Jakdoo (near Daejeon)
Jiri-San National Park…not from a mountain top, but a beautiful view!
Do you hike when you travel?
There are lots of hiking groups in Korea. If you’re visiting, and interested in exploring some of Korea’s mountain tops, the best place to start would be the Seoul Hiking Group. You can find them on FACEBOOK.
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