명지산 ㆍ사향봉ㆍ제1봉ㆍ명지폭포

듣던디로 구만여‥! 계곡이 깨끗하고 좋아요 산은 험허지는 안은대 요상허게 힘들어요 경사도심허고 하산시 너덜길 지루허당께 ‥ 가평역에 7시40분쯤도착 8시47분인가 한시간쯤 버스정류장이서 졸다가 33-4버스로 출발ㆍ 50-1도 있다는디 ‥ 명지산등산로입구에 40분정도걸려서 도착 냅다 직진혀서 등산로 사향봉을으로‥ 정상까지 오르고 내리기를 반복쩍으로다가 지그미 5시간을 치받았으니 힘들지라 이군번에 ‥ 하산헐띠는 힘은덜들지만 너덜길을 신경씀서 내려온께 애먹었유 ‥ 얼추와서 힘들어 죽것는디 그유명한 명지폭포 60m를 계단으로 내려갔다 올라니께 더죽을 맛이엿유 자간 4시50분 버스타려고 잽싸게 익근리버스정류장에서 5시되니께 옴니다 버스종점서 오니께 10분정도 있다가 옴니다 타고설랑은 가평역으로 ‥ 자간 혼자 힘들어서 심심헐 사이도없고 버스시간 땀시 남는것도없이 힘좀썻유‥

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Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
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time : Aug 23, 2019 9:28 AM
duration : 7h 25m 36s
distance : 13.5 km
total_ascent : 1252 m
highest_point : 1268 m
avg_speed : 2.3 km/h
user_id : jkkim59
user_firstname : 정권
user_lastname : 김
듣던디로 구만여‥! 계곡이 깨끗하고 좋아요 산은 험허지는 안은대 요상허게 힘들어요 경사도심허고 하산시 너덜길 지루허당께 ‥ 가평역에 7시40분쯤도착 8시47분인가 한시간쯤 버스정류장이서 졸다가 33-4버스로 출발ㆍ 50-1도 있다는디 ‥ 명지산등산로입구에 40분정도걸려서 도착 냅다 직진혀서 등산로 사향봉을으로‥ 정상까지 오르고 내리기를 반복쩍으로다가 지그미 5시간을 치받았으니 힘들지라 이군번에 ‥ 하산헐띠는 힘은덜들지만 너덜길을 신경씀서 내려온께 애먹었유 ‥ 얼추와서 힘들어 죽것는디 그유명한 명지폭포 60m를 계단으로 내려갔다 올라니께 더죽을 맛이엿유 자간 4시50분 버스타려고 잽싸게 익근리버스정류장에서 5시되니께 옴니다 버스종점서 오니께 10분정도 있다가 옴니다 타고설랑은 가평역으로 ‥ 자간 혼자 힘들어서 심심헐 사이도없고 버스시간 땀시 남는것도없이 힘좀썻유‥
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