The massive shield of Hallsan viewed from the south
(photo by Norm Banks, USGS) <click to enlarge>
6398 ft (1950 m)
Highest point in South Korea
||Cheju Island, south of the Korean mainland|
|Lat / Long: ||33.4° N, 126.5° E|
|Volcanic Type: ||Shield volcano|
|Volcanic Status: ||Dormant, last eruption 1007|
|First Ascent: |
|First Ski Descent: |
|Skiable Vertical: ||?|
|Administration: ||Hallasan National Park|
A brief description of Hallasan will be added here soon, along with a topographic map.
More photos and info about routes, access, etc. may be added in the future ...