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팝업레이어 알림

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  • 8자락 코스 지도

    Trail 8 is a trail of harmony because it links 3 provinces and 5 counties by running through Kim Sat-gat myeon of Yeongwol-gun County, Euipung-ri of Danyang-gun County, Namdae-ri of Yeongju-si City and Saengdal-maeul Village of Bonghwa-gun County. Namdae-cheon Brook, which is the only waterway from Yeongnam area to Han-gang River, flows along the Trail 8. The trail is a trail of man, nature, history, culture, life and harmony.

    8자락 코스 사진
    8자락 코스 사진
    8자락 코스 사진

    ★ Trail route
    Euipung Branch School → 3-province Junction Park → Maheul-cheon Brook → Hyeonjeong-sa Temple → Namdae Branch School → Inn street (6.5km, 1 hour 50 minutes)

    - Jeobgyeong-gil trail: Euipung Branch School → 3-province Junction Park → Maheul-cheon Brook = 2.0km (40 minutes)
    - Daegwol-gil trail: Maheul-cheon Brook → Hyeonjeong-sa Temple → Namdae Branch School → Inn street = 4.5km (70 minutes

    ★ Transportation information (query phone 054-421-8800)
    - Euipung Elementary School: Danyang Inter-city Bus Terminal → To Euipung (6:00~17:00 daily 3 times)

    The tale of Namdae-ri

    Namdae-ri is a unique location where 3 provinces of Gyeongsang-do, Gangwon-do and Chungcheong-do meet with each other. It has Baekdudaegan, which runs from Taebaek-san Mountain to Sobaek-san Mountain, at south, Eorae-san Mountain (Samdo-bong Peak) from Seondal-san Mountain of Baekdudaegan at north and the ridge made of Beteul-jae Hill and Maedae-san Mountain from Hyeongje-bong Peak at west. Haheul-cheon Brook originated at Seondal-san Mountain flows in the valley of Namdae-ri. It passes through Namdae-ri, Kim Sat-gat valley and meets with Okdong-cheon Brook at Hadong of Yeongwol. Then it meets with Donggang at Yeongwol and flows into Namhan-gang River. There is a tale that a king intentionally included Namdae-ri (located over Sobaek-san Mountain) into Sunheung of Gyeongsang-do because the king wanted to drink water from Gyeongsang-do. Namdae-ri means a palace in south. There are remains of Wang Geon, who were having battle with Gyeon Hwon, King Gongmin who stayed here during the rebel of Honggeon-jeok Bandit and King Danjong of Joseon dynasty.