Achasan Mountain Ecological Park was established under the Seoul Metropolitan Government's Five Year Plan for Urban Green Expansion. Through various events and activities, the park provides opportunities to experience and learn about nature and its ecology. Major facilities include Eco Park, Rendezvous Square, Red Clay Road, Barefoot Path, Pine Forest, Mineral Spring, Eco Trail and pergolas.



145, Yeonghwasa-ro, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul[Google Map]



N/A (Open all year round)



Homepage: (Korean only)



How To Use


Parking Facilities: 






Achasan Station (Seoul Subway Line 5), Exit 2.
Walk approx. 25 min

Gwangnaru Station (Seoul Subway Line 5), Exit 1.
Walk approx. 15 min



Additional Info


Hiking Course: 

[Course1 (Duration: 1 hr 30 min)] Achasan Ecological Park → Pine Tree Forest → Achasanseong Fortress → Naktagogae Pass → Chinsugyegok Valley → Achasan Management Office → Meeting place

[Course 2 (Duration: 2 hrs)] Meeting place → Pine Tree Forest → Naktagogae Pass → Goguryeojeong Pavilion → Haemaji Square → Achasan Summit → Daeseongam
Hermitage → Naktagogae Pass → Chinsugyegok Valley → Meeting place

[ Course 3 (Duration: 2 hrs 30 min)] Meeting place → Achasan Management Office → Chinsugyegok Valley → Goguryeojeong Pavilion → Achasan Summit → Yongmasan Summit → Ppeongtwigigol Valley


Admission Fees: 



Available Facilities: 

Ecological Park (Botanic Garden, Butterfly Garden, Wetland), Meeting Plaza, red clay road, pine forest, mineral water spring, Ecological Park Management Office, reference
room, pagoda, etc.





Facilities for the Handicapped: 



Parking Fees: 

300 won for each 10 min.


tel: +82-2-450-1192

zipcode: 04965

expagerange: Open to visitors of all ages

expguide: Eco-Experience Programs (Refer to website for details and registration)

infocenter: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-450-1192

opendate: December 31, 2001

usetime: Open 24 hrs

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