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Sujungsan

Sujungsan is not very steep, with curves resembling that of a beautiful woman. It houses maple, royal azalea, azalea, and oak. During the spring, the royal azalea forest forms tunn..

Sambangsan

Sambangsan wraps itself around Pyeongchang Eup as if a mother embraces a child, and is also reminiscent of a natural castle wall. It contains many kinds of rare vegetation, and mix..

Jangamsan

Jangamsan boasts scent of pine, and is encircled by Pyeongchang river, giving the mountain a terrific view. Pyeongchang Eup is visible from the peak, as well as 3 majestic mountain..

Gyebangsan

Gyebangsan faces Odasan on the east, and it is the fifth highest peak in Korea. To the west, there lies a high-altitude roadway(1,089m) called Woonduryung. To the north, there is E..

Baekwoonsan

The peak is 883m high. The name is derived from the perennial white clouds encircling the mountain. There are 6 peaks along Dong River, with steep cliff separating the mountain and..

Baekduksan

Baekduksan(1,350.1m), which is located in Pyeongchang, harbors a temple called Bupheung temple. Legend has it that this mountain contains 4 treasures, but no one knows where they a..

Odaesan

Odaesan National Park encompasses Woljung temple and Sangwon temple, and there are many rare animals and vegetation. A trail leads from Sangwon temple to the Biro-peak. There are f..

Sunjaryung

Sunjaryung is a peak located in the middle fo the Baekdoo Mountains. It borers Odasan on the north, and the trails are easy to negotiate for even novice hikers. It faces the Gangre..

Balwangsan

Mount Balwang(1458m) borders with Pyeongchang-myun, Jinbu-myun, and Gangreung City, Wangsan-myun. The north side of the mountain harbors Yongpyeong ski resort. The mountain was nam..

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