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Giant Granite Peak Variety of difficulties up to 5.12
It boasts fifty- eight routes up to date. Routes are primarily slab and cracks with a few face and chimney climbs in between. Climbs range from one to eight pitches. The highest graded route is My Way(5.12b).
Korean National Park -- No smoking in the park and no open fires
Take the sky-blue line(#4) to Suyu Station. Come out of Exit #3 go directly to the island in the middle of the main road, take buses #130, 170 or 109 toward Ui-dong will take you to the end of the bus line, the base of Insubong. The road leads straight up to the trailhead for Insubong. The hike from the trailhead is about half an hour to an obvious ranger station. From the ranger station, hike through the campground in the obvious direction of Insubong's base. DO NOT STAY ON THE MAIN TRAIL UP TO BAEKEUNDAE FROM THE RANGER STATION!!! The hike up from the ranger station to the base of Insubong is rougly twenty minutes.
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