Gangwon-do built the ‘Misiryeong Healing Highway’, which is a street for vehicles based on the theme of healing and romance.
There are nine healing spots on the Healing Highway and five of them are tourist destinations of Inje.
Why not drive on the Healing Highway to Inje to slowly and leisurely experience the road to Gangwon-do?
760 Wonnam-ro, Wondae-eup, Inje-gun
Closed periods to prevent forest fires, spring (Feb 1 - May 15), fall (Nov 1 - Dec 15)
The Birch Forest is so famous that some might actually say that the most famous item of Inje is the Birch Forest.
Birch trees have barks that are so white that they might even look silvery, and because of this,
some call birch trees ‘royalty of the forest’. Such beauty might be the reason why so many people come to visit the Birch Forest.
Slowly walk in the Birch Forest to experience exotic sceneries that you may have thought would be available only in Northern Europe or Siberia.
2554 Seorak-ro, Inje-eup, Inje-gun
Hapgangjeong Pavilion was named after river flowing in front of it.
Hapgang literally means joined river as this is where Naerincheon and Inbukcheon meet and combines,
and a pavilion was built here and it was named Hapgangjeong. Next to Hapgangjeong is located ‘Naerincheon Bungee Jump’
that stands tall at 63m. Taking a walk and being lost in thought with the beautiful scenery of Hapgangjeong is great,
but enjoying a completely different thrilling experience at the bungee jump nearby is also recommended.
Nambuk-ri, Inje-eup, Inje-gun
Soyanggang (Riv.) Dulle-gil (walking trail) is famous as a healing tracking course along the upstream of the pristine Soyanggang
with untouched nature. Enjoy the coziness as if walking on an old trail while enjoying the flowing valley waters
and small patches of wild flowers. The Soyanggang Dulle-gil is made up of a total of three courses.
Courses 1 and 2 follow the beautiful waterside, while Course 3 can be used to enjoy the forest in a cozy forest trail.
Enjoy the nature of Inje along the beautiful paths around Soyanggang.
83-1 Shipiseonnyeotang-gil, Buk-myeon, Inje-gun
4~10( 03:00~12:00 )/ 11~3(04:00~11:00)
From long ago, our ancestors called areas with 12 ponds and 12 falls, Shipiseonnyeotang.
The Shipiseonnyeotang Valley of Inje that harmonizes with the thick green forests has ponds with various and fantastic shapes
such as concave ponds due to river beds formed over many years, and ponds with wide foundations and deep holes.
It is one of the 8 great sceneries of Inje and a must-visit destination.
746 Baekdam-ro, Buk-myeon, Inje-gun
Baekdamsa (Temple) has rich history where noted Buddhist priests, independence activists, poets and politicians visited over a long time.
Baekdamsa got its name as it is a temple located after passing 100 small walls from Seoraksan (Mt.) Daecheongbong (Peak).
It was rebuilt after seven fires and still stands today as a temple with a very long history.
It is also famous as the place where the independence activist, Buddhist priest and poet Manhae Han Yong-woon trained
and meditated in where he left behind many works.