2017-01-23 (Monday) Jeju Olle Trail News and Updates

Today’s Akajabong Volunteer Guide

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We have one volunteer guided walk on the trail for Monday, January 23, 2017.

Na Yeong-son is guiding 16 walkers on Route 7.

Akajabong Guided Walk Schedule (JANUARY 2017)

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Akajabong Guided Walk Schedule (FEBRUARY 2017)

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***All walks begin from the route start point at 9:30 a.m. unless otherwise noted – red symbol in brackets (역 ) means the walk will start from the end point. A yellow box indicates no guided walk for that day. Try to arrive before 9:30 a.m. for greetings. Guided walks are in the Korean language with some limited English on occasions depending on the volunteer and are free of charge. Prepare suitable clothing for the weather and some snacks or drink. Walkers usually each lunch together at a restaurant (please pay for this). If you wish to join a guided walk you can just turn up, or pre-register (we prefer this) by sending me an email with the date and route you wish to join.***

Yesterday’s Akajabong Volunteer Guide

We had three different volunteer guided walks on the trail for Sunday, January 22, 2017.

Route 5 with Oh Yeong-ho.

Route 14-1 with Hong Dal-hyeon.

Route 17 with Lee Seong-geun.

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Jeju Walking Weather Report

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Expecting a high of 3 Celsius today, however, it will feel under freezing with moderate breezes blowing in from the north-west. City roads are in a frozen condition this morning with the middle-mountain roads having snow. Small vehicles need chains. If you need to cross the island for walking please use the bus. The weather is expected to improve in time for the forthcoming Lunar New Year. Please see air quality below.jejuairquality-20170123

Jeju Olle Trail News

No trail news of note to share this morning other than you can still get out for a walk. Wrap up warm and enjoy.

Jeju Island News

There are plans to open the North Wall Trail on Halla Mountain in 2018. This summit route has been closed since 1994 for environmental protection measures. After opening three summit trails alongside Seongpanak and Gwaneumsa will become available. However, walkers must note from the second half of 2017 a reservation will be required for entering Halla Mountain. Limited numbers will be admitted each day.

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