|the dramatic "Water-Crags Mountain" in NE Seoul
part of the Bukhan-san Sub-range
|Surak-san (left, far away) with its partners Bulam-san (pointed) and Cheonbo-san as seen
from my old neighborhood in Gangdong-gu (far-SE Seoul), about 15 km away, in May 2006.
Many hikers use the long ridge between them (crossed by a highway over the pass) to
climb all the peaks in one really LONG day of hiking...
|Still Under Construction
|a view from Gwanak-san to the south, through typical haze
|Surak-san's summit is 638 meters high
|view of the western face of Surak-san from halfway up the Manggwol
Valley of Dobong-san, on a hazy day in April 2012.