15.6 Km 83996 2020-03-24
168, Cheonjedan-gil, Taebaek-si, Gangwon-do
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Taebaeksan Mountain Snow Festival presents large-scale snow sculptures in the national park, Jungang-ro, Hwangji Pond and other downtown areas. Also, various programs like Taebaeksan Mountain Snowflake Hiking Competition, Igloo Café, ice fountain, snow sliding, starlight festival, and more are planned for a fun and fantastic festival.
15.6 Km 55913 2021-09-11
4778, Taebaeksan-ro, Taebaek-si, Gangwon-do
Taebaeksan Mountain range encompasses several peaks such as Yeongbong Peak (alt. 1,560 m), where in the past, people would conduct rites to venerate Heaven at Cheonjedan Altar; Janggunbong Peak (alt. 1,567 m), Munsubong Peak (alt. 1,517 m), and its summit of Hambaeksan Mountain (alt. 1,572 m). Taebaeksan Mountain serves as a home to diverse wild animals and plants, including several endangered species. The higher plains are covered with alpine vegetation. The mountain becomes hot pink with mountain rhododendron and azalea in the spring; green with thick forest and pristine waters in the summer; rainbow colored with changing leaves in the fall; and white with snow in the winter.
15.6 Km 18937 2022-09-13
168, Cheonjedan-gil, Taebaek-si, Gangwon-do
Cheonjedan Altar is a set of altars that were set up by people in the past to offer goods to the heavens. Old records such as the "Samguksagi (History of the Three Kingdoms)" state that the Silla kingdom organized rituals in Taebaeksan Mountain, as it was considered a sacred mountain.
Cheonjedan Altar consists of three altars with the main Cheonwangdan Altar at the center; Janggundan Altar to the north; and Hadan Altar (Lower Altar) to the south. The altars were built by stackings stones to serve as a holy fortress. Cheonwangdan Altar is made of natural stones. It has an oval shape and measures 27.5 meters in circumference, 3 meters in x_height.
15.6 Km 33343 2020-12-05
12, Hwaamdonggul-gil, Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do
Hwaamdonggul Cave was originally a gold mine that was commercially operated from 1922 to 1945 as the nation’s fifth largest gold mine. However, the cave was found to have natural stalactites, and was later developed into the only theme-based cave that combined gold and nature. The ticket booth and the cave's entrance is located apart from each other, and visitors can either hike or ride on monorail to the entrance point. Hwaamdonggul Cave is not only a tourist attraction but also an educational venue where visitors can learn about the subterranean ecology of a stalactite cave and the process of gold mining and refining.
15.7 Km 7029 2019-02-09
195, Cheonjedan-gil, Taebaek-si, Gangwon-do
Taebaek Coal Museum is located where coal was first discovered within Korea. While coal has declined in use, the resource served an important role in the modernization of the nation. The museum is a place where you can learn about the history of Korea’s coal industry through well-organized exhibitions.
16.0 Km 24148 2021-07-27
12, Hwangjiyeonmot-gil, Taebaek-si, Gangwon-do
Hwangji Pond, located in downtown Taebaek, is a source of the Nakdonggang River, flowing all the way to the Yeongnam Plain. The pond is divided into three sections: Sangji, with a diameter of 100 meters, Jungji and Haji. Although it is small in size, the pond supplies 5,000 tons of water a day.
16.9 Km 10245 2019-08-01
64, Sangjangnam-gil, Taebaek-si, Gangwon-do
Taebaek Sangjang-dong Mural Village, also called “Nambu Village”, is located in Sangjang-dong, Taebaek-si as the name refers. The village has been improved upon by residents who volunteered and shared their artistic talents to participate in Taebaek-si’s new village movement in 2011. Each alley throughout the village gives a unique and refreshing ambience that created a turning point in the village. Also, valuable events such as ‘Yeontan (briquette) painting contest’ are held for students and families to participate in and share their warm hearts. The Central Inland Region Train (O-Train), which began operating as of April 12, 2013 by Korail, stops in Taebaek-si, so tourists can easily reach the mural village via train.
1.8 Km 12812 2022-12-26
424, High1-gil, Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do
Named to reflect the concept “first and foremost,” High1 is a multipurpose leisure resort consisting of High1 Resort, Kangwon Land Convention Hotel, Kangwon Land Casino, High1 Grand Hotel Main Tower, High1 Ski, High1 C.C., High1 Hotel, Valley Condominium, and Mountain Condominium. The ski resort, one of the most popular parts of the High1 complex, offers a 4.2 kilometer-long slope for beginners that runs from the summit of Jijangsan Mountain (altitude 1,345 meters). The ski resort has a total of 18 slopes, 3 gondolas, and 7 lifts.
The two hotels and three condominiums at High1 house a total of 1,577 rooms. Frequented by both Korean and non-Korean travelers, High1 also boasts an 18-hole golf course and Unamjeong, a traditional Korean restaurant. Nearby tourist sites include Jeongseon Rail Bike, Ararichon, Auraji, Gariwangsan Recreational Forest, Jeongseon 5-day Market, Mindungsan Mountain, Donggang River, Jeongseon Sogeumgang River, and Hwaamdonggul Cave.
2.0 Km 233719 2020-09-03
26, Gohan-ro, Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do
Located at the entrance of Jeongseon High1 Resort, the Hi-Land Hotel boasts of modern interior and neat facilities. The rooms are composed of Special Double and Special Ondol that have wide space for comfortable rest; Ordinary Twin, Ordinary Double and Ordinary Ondol good to use with family and friends; and the Penthouse with wide living room and kitchen and bedrooms. Every room is equipped with a large TV, hardwood furniture, cozy bedclothes and clean bathroom. You can enjoy a meal with your family without having to go out anywhere as the Yangji Hwaro Sutbulgui Gui charcoal-grilled restaurant is situated on the first floor. The Hi-Land Hotel is well-known as a cost-effective accommodation in Gohan region and is frequented by skiers during winter. Kangwon Land, the largest casino in Korea for both foreigners and Koreans, is located nearby providing not only casino service but also a beautiful night view. It is about 2.5㎞ to Kangwon Land and 6.3㎞ to 18-hole High1 Country Club from the Hi-Land Hotel. It takes about 8 minutes by car to Jeongamsa Temple, which is one of the 5 temples in Korea that enshrine the real sarira of Sakyamuni Buddha, and SAMTAN Art Mine, which gave rebirth to an abandoned mine to be a new place for the art, and about 15 minutes to Manhangjae which is famous for trekking in wild flowers.
19.8 Km 10 2021-03-29
2295-12, Yeongwoldong-ro, Yeongwol-gun, Gangwon-do
Be, Bridge is a pension-type accommodation with individual pools attached to each of the units. Located in Gimsatgat-myeon, Yeongwol-gun, Gangwon-do, it is nestled comfortably in the nature of Taebaeksan and Sobaeksan National Parks and Okdongcheon Stream. There are 7 Grand Pool Villa units, all 2-story buildings with 2-person occupancy capable of accommodating up to 4-10 guests, depending on their sizes. Units 1, 2, 4, 5 have indoor pools that can be turned into outdoor pools by opening the door, while unit 7 has an indoor pool. The terrace pool in unit 3 and 6 are closed during the winter period. Each unit comes with grilling facilities and a garden, while units 2 to 7 have spa facilities.
Full Moon Stay is a couples-only room located in Welcome Plaza (reception) building. The 1st floor has three two-story rooms with spa facilities, while the 2nd floor has terrace rooms with a river view. Facilities include the rooftop swimming pool, which also offers warm water services, a children’s playground, natural sledding area, walking paths, and valley.