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Jangsan is a 9.2 mile loop trail located near Haeundae-gu, Busan, South Korea that features a great forest setting and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking.

Length 9.2 mi Elevation gain 3,366 ft Route type Loop
Hiking Walking Forest Views
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Chris Linn
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Once you reach elevation, it levels out with slight up and down grades between ridge line peaks. Great views and beautiful pine trees.

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Hyun jin Hong
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Hiking

This way is good start for confident, good view and nice work. You can see silver field and submit top peak.

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John Grainger
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Hiking

Great hike. About 5 hours. Lots of choices for different trails. Views were exceptional at the top. Take the route via the silver fields for an easier way to the top then come straight down the mountain on your return

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Jeff Schmidt
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Hiking

This is a good trail overall that takes you past the waterfall and the silver fields before the summit (or you can summit first and then see the silver fields). If you take the path East you will hit the silver fields first and have a more gradual incline to the summit. The path to west/north is much steeper, but shorter to the summit. This is a well maintained and well travelled trail with minimal scrambles and bouldering to deal with. Most beginning hikers can tackle this while on vacation.

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Nic Will
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Great, well kept trail. Use the app map. There are a million ways to the top.

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Chris Linn
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Jenny Liabenow
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Paolo DeLuca
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Joner Q
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Mark Duffy
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