Mt. Daedeok (1,290m), which is located at the utmost east region of Muju-gun, is a renowned mount next to
Mt. Chocheom (1,250m above sea level), which is a branching area of the three provinces dividing Gimcheon in Gyeongsangbuk-do and Geochang in Gyeongsangnam-do, at the sides of the ridge of Mt. Daedeok stretching toward Mt. Gaya.
It was called 'Darak Mountain' or 'Daak Mountain' in ancient days and has been known that there once was an weather alter. This mount looking gentle, but being accompanied with tactless masculine virtue has trained numerous talented people since long time
ago and, especially, Mupungdong where this mount is located is a famous region known as one of the 12 Earth's Branches defined by an epidemiologist, Mr. Nam Sa-go.
|Location||Deokgi-ri, Mupung-myeon, Muju-gun, Jeollabuk-do, 568-822|
|Transport|| Downtown of Muju-eup ⇒ Mupung-myeon: 27kms (It takes around 40min. by bus.)
the Seat of Mupung-myeon ⇒ Dogae Village in Deokji-ri: 9.5kms (taking 20 min. by bus)
|Hiking Course|| Dogae ⇒ Doma Village (Entrance): 1km ⇒ at a fork of the ridge: 2kms ⇒ at another fork of the ridge: 1km (total 4kms)
※ Ssangbangwul Gas Station at Juchiryeong -(2 hours & 30min.)― Top of Mt.
※ Naegam -(1hour)― fork road - (1hour)― Top of Mt.
※ Dogye -Doma Village (Entrance) 1km -the first fork road at the ridge: 2kms - the second fork road at the ridge: 1km( total 4kms)