Bangjang-san Natural Recreation Forest
Bangjangsan(Mt.) is located at the border between Northern and Southern Jeolla Provinces(Jeollabuk-do and Jeollanam-do), at the end of the Noryeong Mountains. From the ancient times, this mountain, along with Mt. Jiri and Mt. Mudeung, was called the “Three Godly Mountains of Honam region [Jeolla Provinces]” since it stood in the plains, high up to the clouds. It is also the background of the “Bangdeung-san-ga(Song of Mt. Bangdeung [ancient name of Mt. Bangjang])”. Many hikers love to climb up to the top where it is famous for its view of the wide Gochang Plains and the West Sea, and every year, there are paragliding contests held at the mountain as well.
|Lodging Facility||Forest Cabin||1 cabin (33㎡) for 5 people|
|2 cabins (33㎡) for 6 people|
|3 cabins (46㎡) for 7 people (Priority for Handicapped)|
|2 cabins (66㎡) for 12 people|
|Multipurpose Cabin (Seminar Hall)||1|
|Lodging Complex||2 rooms (23㎡) for 4 people|
|4 rooms (29㎡) for 5 people|
|4 rooms (36㎡) for 6 people|
|1 room (56㎡) for 10 people|
|Amenity||Walking/Nature Trail A||0.7㎞|
|Walking/Nature Trail B||0.8㎞|
|Hiking trail||7㎞ (round trip)|
|Forest Craft Shop||4units|
- 353, Bangjang-ro, Bugi-myeon, Jangseong-gun, Jeonnam
- Destination used for navigation devices
- Bangjangsan Natural Recreation Forest -Ticket office
- Jangseong Pyeonbaek(cypress)soop(forest)
- The scenery at the Mt. Chungnyeong (of Jeollanam-do) with cypress and cedar forests are just breathtaking.
- With its 1,784m walls, Gochangeup-seong(fortress) is a fortress built by the Jeolla people during the Joseon Dynasty (1453).
- Jangseong Lake is the most well known recreational area in Jangseong, where people can enjoy various water-related leisure activities and walking trails.