Introduction about Jugeumsan Mountain
The altitude is 813 meters. It is called Bidansan Mountain (Silk
mountain) in Naechon-myeon of Pocheon-si since its features are
beautiful. The mountain stands on the main ridgeline of Gwangjusanmaek
Mountains that are connected to Unaksan Mountain and Cheonmasan
Mountain, its southeast line is continued to Seorisan Mountain and
Chukryeongsan Mountain, and Bears Ski Town is located at the northwest
foot of the mountain. Bigeumgyegok Valley at the upper stream of
Sudongcheon Creek well preserves the nature. There are two mountain
climbing paths, one starting from Naechon and the other starting
from Bigeumgyegok Valley.
From Naechon, you start at Pyeongsagyo Bridge, at the entrance
of Sagimak. Pass the mountain stream at Hapsugok Valley and pass
a steep rocky path and a waterfall as you follow the valley. Climb
up the hill on the left ridgeline path and then climb up to the
summit following the south ridgeline after you pass a eulalia field.
To climb-down, follow the west of Amneun from the summit (Samgakjeom),
pass Sinseondang to the south of Ambong, and then go down to Neungol
or follow the southeast ridgeline to Bigeum-ri.
If you want to climb the mountain from Bigeumgyegok Valley, start
at the Bigeumgyegok parking lot. Follow the southeast ridgeline,
pass Bawibong Peak, and climb up the summit. To climb down, follow
the south ridgeline after passing Bawibong Peak and go back to the
parking lot from Sirubong Peak. Another route for climbing down
is to pass Anburo Fall from the summit and then to climb down to
Pyeongsagyo of Sagimak.
For directions, follow Gyeongchun National Road (No. 46) from
Guri-si, take Local Road 362 at Hwado-eup, and then go to Bigeumgyegok
Parking Lot after passing Oebang-ri and Naebang-ri heading to Sudong-myeon.
Or at Gyomunsageori of Guri-si, pass Toegyewon, take National Road
47, and go to Pyeongsagyo of Naechon heading to Ildong.