Mudeungsan National Park is a mountain park lining the edge of Hwasun-gun, Damyang-gun and Gwangju. Mudeungsan Mountain (1,186 meters) features three rock peaks called Cheonwangbong, Jiwangbong, and Inwangbong, also known as the “Jeongsang Three."
Mudeungsan’s gradual slope makes it an easy climb for all. Among the more majestic of these sites are the Seoseokdae, Gyubong, and Ipseokdae peaks. At the base of the mountain are several famous temples including Yaksasa, Jeungsimsa, and Wonhyosa. Mudeungsan Mountain is also known for its beauty throughout the year. The autumn leaves of Gyubongam Hermitage and silver grass of Baengma Ridge are quite spectacular. In the winter, snow and ice on the mountain create exquisite scenery as well.
Below the mountain, there are a variety of recreational facilities and tourist sites for visitors.
Contact and Information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-62-227-1187
Day off : * Subject to abrupt closures
Mountain Not Access Period
Seasonal Forest Fire Watches by Park
February 15 - May 15 / November 1 – December 15
* TBD by park directors based on fire weather advisories, snow/precipitation levels, and other local conditions.
29, Dongsan-gil, Dong-gu, Gwangju