|Distance||13.6km / 7.5 hours|
|Course||Zelkova Tree at Deoksan Village in Samgoe-dong → Dakjae Pass → Mangdeokbong Peak → Imdo → Dongorigogae Pass → Sunrise Observatory at Mt. Sikjangsan → Gliding Site → Saecheon Park → Last bus stop at Dongshin High School|
|Point of departure
/ point of arrival
|Zelkova Tree at Deoksan Village in Samgoe-dong / Last bus stop at Dongshin High School|
(point of departure)
|Bus: 501 / Get off at Deoksan Village in Samgoe-dong|
(point of arrival)
|Bus: 60, 61, 62, 71, 313, 607, 611 / Last stop at Dongshin High School|
Mt. Sikjangsan (598m) is the highest mountain in Daejeon and visitors can enjoy the mountain ranges of Mt. Bomunsan, Mt. Maninsan, Mt. Jikjangsan and Mt. Gyejoksan.
In particular, the view of Daejeon City and the night view seen from the gliding site are fascinating.
Other attractions of Mt. Sikjangsan are an ecological environment that has been well preserved and a refreshing valley which is rare in Daejeon.
The area around Saecheon Catchment Area is famous for cherry blossoms in spring and autumn foliage, so it is visited by many citizens. In addition, Sikjangsan Eco Forest is one of the Eight Most Popular and Beautiful Sights of Daejeon.
Section 4 course is well maintained overall but beginners find it tough due to severe changes in elevation. Dakjae Pass is a famous old mountain pass in Daejeon and Gyeheonseong in the vicinity, and as a fortress hill dating back to the Three Kingdoms Period it protects Dakjae Pass.
Inside the castle, pottery fragments and roof tile fragments can be seen to this day.
Around Section 4, there is Gosansa Temple which is the oldest ancient temple in Daejeon, along with Sikjangsa Temple, Gaesimsa Temple and Gujeolsa Temple. Saecheon Catchment Area, which was built in 1934, Mt. Sikjangsan’s KT Transmitting Tower, and the broadcast station’s repeater tower can also be seen.