Jangamsan Mountain is filled with pine scent and surrounded by PyeongChang River to create beautiful scenery. A panoramic view of PyeongChang-eup, Nosan Mountain, Sambangsan Mountain and Baekdeoksan Mountain unfold before the eyes of visitors under the mountain, and if one climbs the gentle mountainside 300 meters away from Sang-ri, it leads to the summit of the gentle slope, so anyone can climb the mountain without difficulty.
In particular, the Korea’s largest trout farm, the PyeongChang particular, is located nearby.
Course A (5.8km, about 3hours) : Sangrigyo Bridge – Fork – Paragliding Site – Summit – Fork – Jangam Cave – Jujin-ri
Course B (4.8km, about 2 hours and 30 minutes) : Sangrigyo Bridge – Paragliding Site – Summit – Paragliding Site – Fork – Yeoman-ri
Turn left at Youngdong Expressway PyeongChang IC (In the direction of PyeongChang and Daehwa ) - Daehwa – Bangrim Three-Way Intersection – Turn left at PyeongChang-eup (In the direction of Mitan and Jeongseon) – Sang-ri – Jangamsan Mountain (Sang-ri, Noron-ri and Jujin-ri, PyeongChang-eup, PyeongChang-gun)