#250-61, Daegwallyeong Maru-gil (Hoenggye-ri), Daegwallyeong-myeon
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It is a mountain located near Hoenggye-ri, Daegwallryeong-myeon, PyeongChang-gun, Gangwon Province and Wangsan-ri, Wangsan-myeon, Gangneung-si. It is 1,123 meters. It is the highest peak among southern mountain ranges in Daegwallryeong, and the parent mountain of Jewangsan Mountain. Since it provides a relatively short hiking distance compared to other mountains in the Daegwallryeong range and enables visitors to appreciate beautiful scenery around Daegwallryeong at any time, it gets the limelight as a mountaineering trail. The peak has a short trail that starts from Daegwallryeong and a long trail that starts from Dakmokjae Hill. In particular, the trail that starts from Daegwallryeong features a short hiking distance, so it is just the thing for mountaineering families. ○Rest Area in the former Youngdong Expressway (Up) that has been downgraded to Local Road is a starting point of mountain-climb. Former Daegwallryeong Rest Area – Expressway Completion Monument – Spring (Three-Way Intersection) – Summit of Neunggyeongbong Peak – Spring (Three-Way Intersection) – Expressway Completion Monument – Daegwallryeong Rest Area (about 3.6km, 2 hours required) ○Daegwallryeong (832) – Jewangsan Mountain Fork – Neunggyeongbong Peak – Hoenggyehyeon (Rest Area No. 1/Daegwallryeong Tunnel) - Daegwallryeong Observatory – Omokgol Fork Three-Way Intersection – Gorupogisan Mountain (1238) – Omokgol Fork Three-Way Intersection – Omokgol – Hoenggye 5-ri Community Center (Hiking: 3 hours and 30 minutes )
Since it is a local road at the moment, those who want to go to Daegwallryeong need to get out of Youngdong Expressway. If one gets out of Hoenggye Interchange and moves toward Yongpyeong Ski Resort before turning left as soon as he or she passes along 5km below an expressway, he or she can reach Daegwallryeong Rest Area.