Located in Pukhansan National Park, north of Seoul, Insu Bong is an amazing rock climbing spot nicknamed "small Yosemite". Multi-pitch, bouldering, and all types of rock climbing are popular at this unique spot.
South Korean won
Best time to visit
Between August and November
Short, hot, humid, and very rainy summers characterize the climate of South Korea, as well as cold and dry winters
How to get there
You can reach South Korea by boat from Japan, China, and Russia. Otherwise, fly to Seoul-Incheon International Airport (IIA)
Rock climbing in South Korea is becoming increasingly popular. The country boasts a wide variety of rock climbing options for all levels and all styles. Furthermore, you can go rock climbing near Seoul, or at more remote destinations, by the sea or by the mountains. However, it is not always easy to find some of the more remote rock climbing locations in South Korea, therefore, going with a certified guide will ensure you find the best spots
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