Mt. Halla


Mt. Halla is the highest mountain in South Korea, which is 1,950 m high. As it is the outcome of a volcano eruption, most of mountain is composed of volcanic rock Basalt. On top of the mountain there is Baek-rok lake, which is 500m wide with 3km circumference. In 1970 it has been designated as National Park and therefore the natural habitat has been preserved since; which is why one can experience distinctive beauty and scenery.

Address : Gwanumsa Starting Point(Jeju-si Sanrokbuk-ro 588)
Distance : Distance 30 minutes by car from the hotel, 9KM on foot to the top of the mountain
[Photo by Jeju Tourism Organization-Photographer soonbyung Hong]