Gamaksan Chulleong Bridge
Gamaksan Chulleong Bridge
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anideo87
Pune, India8 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2023
Its an hour and half drive from Seoul. Since its still winter the place was not that crowded. Found parking space next to the start of the trail. However, parking space is very limited. Not sure if its enough during the peak season. Washroom, emart etc are nearby the parking area. There are some 100-150 steps at the start of the trail. after that it gets easy. There is bridge, waterfall and then temple. Waterfall was frozen. There is lighting show near waterfall in the evening. Timings were mentioned. But we couldn't wait till night as we had to come back to Seoul. It took us 1.5 hours to come back to the parking lot. Ofcourse we took lot of breaks during this. Overall nice experience. Temple was good.
Written 26 February 2023
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CanisHan
Seoul, South Korea26,492 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2020
CY ( 20.11.14 )
This bridge was located at entrance of Gamaksan, so we must pass this bridge for climbing Gamaksan.While crossing the bridge, we felt a little thrill. The view of mountain on the bridge was beautiful and the air was good. There was one of big suspension bridge, and worth to pass this bridge.
Written 15 November 2020
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Tinee Langcz
South Korea126 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
The mountain is very accessible by public transport and the bridge is not far from the bus stop. The stairways going up the suspension bridge were quite steep and high, but it was nice and picturesque. An alternative trail at the Healing Park is recommended if you wish to avoid the steep stairways going up. The suspension bridge is not scary; it is well-constructed and safe. The view was nice. There were many locals visiting the place so taking solo pictures with the bridge is quite challenging. I recommend also going to the waterfalls. It's not so big but also not small. The hiking trails were good, safe and easy. It rained when we went there so we just stopped at the waterfalls and went back. The observatory tower would have been a nice place to go, but maybe on my next visit~
Moreover, there are convenience store and coffee shop at the parking lot for those who wish to have some snacks. The public toilets below the Cafe Memory was clean with soothing background music (+1 pt). No restaurants, so my friends and I packed our food and we ate at the wooden platform in the healing park. It was quite and good for quick picnic. But make sure not to leave or throw anything on the area. We took our garbage with us until we reach the parking lot and threw them properly. The place is clean and equipped with numerous CCTV.
Written 14 September 2019
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JHL
Seoul, South Korea9,337 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
This is one of top-length suspension bridges on mountains in the country. The location is far from most other sites and I recommend you'd better spend more time for hiking after seeing the bridge.
- It's quite hard to reach by public transportation. The best way is one hour travel by #25 or #25-1 bus from metro Yangju Station.
- Gamaksan is a popular mountain to hike in the city. You'd better consider it as a main and the bridge is a dessert because seeing the bridge won't take long.
- There are a local product shop and a cafe. Not enough things to spend much time at the entrance.
- The way to the bridge is a bit tough climbing. Not recommend to seniors. There are two starting points. One near the cafe and one near the parking lot. The second one has many steps and is tougher.
- Suspension bridge is not moving much. But, you'll feel it when you stop moving and try to take a photo.
- There are good view points like Gamak Observatory. And they are also good to rest.
Written 11 September 2019
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Steven R
Rye, Australia1,312 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Solo
This bridge is easy to get to if you have a car.Else catch the subway Dark blue line to Deokjeong station.Then right outside the station catch the 25-1 bus which takes you to the suspension bridge.It will cost you 2000 won on the bus.It stops all stops so it will take half an hour or so.You can catch a taxi which is quicker but will cost you 16000 won.I did it one way by taxi and back by bus.Its a 20 minute walk up the road to the bridge.There are various walks from the bridge.All are marked in Korean so hard to follow.The only one that's easy is to the shrine and lookout which you can see from the bridge.There is another lookout on the other side of the bridge.
Written 20 April 2019
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