The 157-kilometer-long Seoul Dulle-gil(Seoul Trail) is an eight-course walk that connects Seoul’s history, culture, and natural ecology so that visitors can feel, learn and experience it.
Seoul Trail consists of ‘forest-gil’, ‘Hachon-gil’ and ‘Maeul-gil.’
Rest facilities, book cafes, and rest areas were built around Seoul Trail to allow citizens to take a rest naturally and to connect traditional temples and historical sites to experience the history, culture and natural ecology of Seoul.
Public transportation is also easy to access, and it’s usually a low-slope dirt road for anyone to use safely and comfortably.
A way for a person
- A gentle slope
- A safe, comfortable and pleasant road (road repair, safety rail, etc.)
- A road to health and rest (routine forests, forest baths, etc.)
- A road more than 200 meters away from the residential area (preventing inconvenience in living nearby residents)
A path for nature
(healing the forest with Forest)
- Create a dirt road by connecting it only to existing hiking trails where possible.
- Active unused side roads and restoration of damaged mountain trails
- Didn’t Use concrete, iron, rope, and Use on-site materials.
(Using the fallen basil tree)
A walking path
- As horizontal as possible; a side walk; a walk.
- Eliminate unnecessary stairwells as much as possible
- the way to meet, take a walk, communicate, and rest.
- (Book café in the forest, rest facilities in the forest, rest areas in the view point)
The way of story
- The Way to Learn and Feel Nature, History and Culture
(Throughs such as traditional temples, historical sites, cultural heritage, historical relics, etc.)
- Discover of hidden legends and stories of Seoul Trail
Stamp Tour Guidance
In Seoul Trail, we recycled a mailbox and made a total of 28 stamp facilities.
Twenty-eight stamps will make memories for trekkers who walk along Seoul Trail like a mailbox that tells people stories.
The stamp of Seoul Trail contains all the history, culture, and natural ecology your meet on Trail.
Stamping, keep your memories of Seoul Trail, and remember the story of Seoul, recording your walking course. You will be able to feel Seoul by following the story behind each step along with the stamp.
Please receive all 28 stamps (stamp book or app available) and you will receive a certificate of completion of Seoul Trail.
Procedure for getting the Seoul Trail Completion Certificate
visit a Seoul Trail Information Center. They will issue you a certificate after checking the 28 stamp impressions and asking you to fill out a survey questionnaire.
Check Seoul Trail Website