I’ll make this post the laziest one that I’ve had so far. Rather simple. North Seoul. Mountain. No map, just follow those usual old Korean hikers and live to record GPS paths and pictures. It was a bright day, so it made taking pictures boring.
So lets do it quick: 1. Line 3 Metro to Gupabal 2. Bus 7211 to 진관사 3. Munsubong 문수봉 727M ( 37.632133°, 126.971909°) 4. Down to Daenammun thru ilseonsa temple
Trip Statistics: Odometer 11.4km, Moving Average: 3.6kmph Moving Time: 3:11 Stopped Time: 1:30 Maximum Altitude 727m
View from the top of Munsubongsan. Picture is a subtle HDR.
The rocky top of the mountain is littered with boulders, and there are hikers as far as the eye can see. Some are more daring than others. Behind me is an all wall protecting Seoul from invaders.
This is the real peak of Munsubong, but it is not that easy to get up as it requires some rock scaling on your hands and knees and perhaps a rope.
At the peak.
And it is still autumn, just a reminder.