|Location||Around Chansaem Village in Jik-dong, Dong-gu|
|Section||3-1 : 3.5km / 1~2 hours
3-2 : 7.0km / 2~3 hours
|Course||3-1 (Nogosanseong Fortress Sunrise Trail):
Chansaem Village in Jik-dong (departure)~Soejeomgogae Pass (0.5km/20 mins)~Nogosanseong Fortress (2km/45 mins)~Chansaemjeong (2.6km/1 hour 25 mins)~Seonghwangdang Pass (3.3km/1 hour 35 mins)~Chansaem Village Hall (3.5km/2 hours)
3-2(Cheongnamdae Observation Trail):
Seonghwangdong Pass (departure)~Seongchisanseong Fortress (2km/1 hour)~Busu-dong turn-around (3.5km/1 hour 50 mins)~Zelkova nurse tree (6km/2 hour 30 mins)~Fortress signboard (6.5km/2 hour 40 mins)~Chansaem Village Hall (7km/3 hours)
|Transportation||Bus: No. 60 – 80 minute interval (Daejeon Station → Panam Station → Geumseong Village → Chu-dong → Jik-dong)
Bus: No. 71 – 140 minute interval (Dongshin High School → Geumseong Village → Jik-dong → Ihyeon-dong → Sintaejin → Yongho-dong)
|Address for GPS||676 beonji, Jik-dong, Dong-gu (Chansaem Village parking lot)|
This trail starts from Chansaem Village, a village offering a rural experience, past Nogosanseong Fortress where the fierce battle of Baekjae took place and goes to Chansaemjeong where cool spring is said to have sprouted. Walking on the soft trail covered with leaves feels warm like a mother’s arms, and trustworthy like a father’s arms.
Nogosan is steep like a mountain hiking trail and sometimes feels rough and challenging but sometimes gentle. Daecheongho Lake, seen from the edge of the fortress on the mountain, contrasts with the imposing mountain ranges, and is a perfect place to face the rising sun. The glimmering sunlight penetrating through the dense trees lingers in the heart and the wild animals that can be seen from time to time approach like friends in the most natural form.