Yongdae Natural Recreation Forest
This forest is located near the top of Jinburyeong north of Taebaek Mountains which lies across the waist of the Korean peninsula, and also adjacent to National Road No.46 which leads to Seoraksan National Park and Donghae beach. It features crystal-clean waters of long and small streams that flow from Maebongsan Mountain (1,271m above the sea level). A deciduous forest here consists of oak, linden, birch, and pine trees. The landscape is beautiful all-year-round, and also there are various wild animals like pheasant, rod dear, squirrels and racoons. Yeonhwadong (village) in which the forest sits is shaped like a lotus floating on the fountain.
|Lodging Facility||Lodging Complex||12 cabins : (23㎡) for 4 persons|
|2 cabins : (29㎡) for 5 persons|
|Campground||2nd site : 4 lots|
|3rd site : 17 lots|
|4th site : 7 lots|
|5th site : 7 lots|
|7th site : 14 lots|
|Amenity||Hiking Trail||1 (3.7km turnaround time 5~6 hours)|
|Walking Path||1 (1km, turnaround time 1 hours)|
- 7 Yeonhwadong-gil, Buk-myeon, Inje-gun, Gangwon-do
- Destination used for navigation devices
- Yongdae Natural Recreation Forest – Ticket office
- Located on Naeseorak, Baek damsa Temple is famous for its long-lasting history and well preserved tradition which remain intact.
- Sibiseonnyeotang (pond)
- A story of this fairy-bathing pond is told that fairies from the heaven would come here and enjoy bathing at night.
- Daeseong waterfall and Jangsudae
- Daeseong waterfall is one of the top three waterfalls in Korea (Guryong waterfall in Geumgangsan and Bakyeon waterfall in Gaeseong). This longest waterfall boasts its grand beauty.