[Webzine 2] Profile of Jeju Olle Trail No. 3 from Onpyeong to Pyoseon

The entire area of Jeju Island was designated as a UNESCO Global Geopark in 2010 for its unique volcanic topography and the beautiful landscape of the island. The geo-trails of Jeju are walking trails that were created using the Global Geoparks brand and based on the unique topographical resources, history, culture, and stories of each village. Starting from the development of Sanbangsan Mountain and Yongmeori Coast Geo-trail in April 2014, currently, a total of four geo-trails have been developed including Gimnyeong & Woljeong Geo-trail in Manjanggul Cave area, Seongsan & Ojo Geo-trail in Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak area, and Suwolbong Peak Geo-trail that connects Suwolbong Peak, Dangsanbong, and the Chagwido area. You can also find more information on what to do and see while here by consulting VisitJeju.net

 

Theme 2: Jeju Trails (Geo-trails, Olle-gil Trails, Forest Paths)

 

Jeju Olle

Trail-Route 3

From Onpyeong to Pyoseon

 

This is one of the hard courses since you need to walk up the 19.9km long course of Oreum and the coastal path. However, it is also a course where you can feel the true indigenous charm of Jeju. You will encounter stone walls and dense forests lined up on both sides after following along the tranquil course of the mountainous area and they make the course even more fascinating. The course passes through Gallery Dumoak where you can take a look at the artworks of Gim Young-gap who fell in love with Jeju and the trails of Bada Mokjang (livestock farm). On this pathway, you can enjoy the view of emerald green water and fresh greens that blend with each other. You can also appreciate the tangerine-colored sea in winter on this course. The long course 3 with diverse attractions ends when you arrive at Pyoseon Haevichi Beach.

 

Distance (Duration) & Level of Difficulty

Total Distance: A: 19.9km, B: 13.7km

Duration: A: 6 to 7 hours – B: 4 to 5 hours

Starting Point: Onpyeong Pogu (Port)

Ending Point: Pyoseon Haevichi Beach

Level of Difficulty: A: Hard, B: Easy

 

Nearby Attractions

Tong Oreum

1754-1, Sinsan-ri, Seongsan-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, Republic of Korea

 

Gim Young-gap Gallery Dumoak

137, Samdal-ro, Samdal-ri, Seongsan-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, Republic of Korea

 

Pyoseon Haevichi Beach

Minsokhaean-ro, Pyoseon-ri, Pyoseon-myeon, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, Republic of Korea

 

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