▲ Sledding will be permitted at Sangumburi Crater. Photo by Jeju Special Self-Governing Province
Sledding allowed at Sangumburi Crater
A snow sledding event will be held in Sangumburi, a volcanic crater designated as Natural Monument No. 263.
Over the next two months, sledders can use the crater between 10am-12pm and 2-4pm to enjoy the winter conditions.
The crater will only be open to the public only when there is sufficient snow cover so check the latest weather reports before setting out.
Not only will sledders be able to enjoy riding down the crater, but there are also stunning views of the local oreum, or volcanic cones.
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