|Distance||11.5km / 7.0 hours|
|Course||Anyeonggyo Bridge → Jaenggibong Peak → Janganbong Peak → Haecheolyibong Peak → Saegogae Pass → Mt. Chimsan (Mt. Manseongsan) → Ppuri Park → Eongogae Pass → Zooland’s barbed wire trail → Guksabong Peak → Zooland’s Back gate → Kkachigogae Pass → Mt. Bomunsan’s Sirubong Peak → Youth Square|
|Point of departure
/ point of arrival
|Anyeonggyo Bridge / Youth Square|
(point of departure)
|Bus: 34, 313, 316, 513 / Get off in front of Anyeonggyo Bridge|
(point of arrival)
|Bus: 618, 317, 311 / Hanbat Library (Approximately 15-minutes from the Library to the Youth Square)|
This section passes the mountain around Ppuri Park, Yudeungcheon Stream and the Zooland and leads up to Sirubong Peak, the summit of Mt. Bomunsan. It goes around Jaenggibong Peak, Janganbong Peak and Mt. Chimsan so it is a tough course. The Museum of Genealogy and Ppuri Park where visitors can learn about the origin of their surnames can be visited after crossing Yudeungcheon Stream which follows the barbed wire of Zooland, ultimately leading to Guksabong Peak.
From Guksabong Peak, it then follows the barbed wire of Zooland and while advancing towards Kkachigogae Pass, visitors can enjoy the diversity of the forest trail.
Around Section 12, Yuhoedang, Samgeunjeongsa, Sansindang, Yeogyeongam, Guksabong Peak ruins, Sajeongseong and many cultural properties can be found, and Daejeon O-world’s zoo, flower garden and play experience can be enjoyed.
This wraps up the 12 sections of Daejeon Dullesan-gil from Sirubong Peak. Try investing some time once a month to feel the new, vibrant touches of Daejeon. Why don’t you start making plans now with your family?
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