대전, 계족산(238회)

황토길을 맨발로 걷기하는 산으로, 유명한 산~~~ 계족산. 계족산은 대전 시민들이 접근하기가 용이한 산으로 시민들의 사랑을 듬뿍 받고 있는 산이다. 수년전 보다는 자연환경 보호를 위하여 여러가지 시설을 보완한것 들이 많았다. 그러나, 산행 들머리가 아스팔트 길을 따라 30여분 걸어가야 되는 것이 많이 불편 하였다. 하산시 비래사에서도,20여분간 아스팔트길을 내려와야 한다. 대전역 앞에서 611번 버스를 타고 읍내동 현대아파트 앞에서 하차하여, 아스팔트 포장길로 용화사로 오른다.용화사 앞에서 우측 임도로 계속오르면 봉황마당 이라는 팔각정이 있다. 여기서 산행이 본격적으로 시작된다. 계족산 정상까지는 거리가 얼마되지 않지만, 급경사 길이여서 계단이 많다. 산행중에 빗방울이 떨어진다. 많이 오는것은 아니지만, 습도가 높아져 땀이 많이 난다. 우의를 입었다 벗었다 하느라 번거로웠다. 날씨가 좋지않은 관계로, 성재산에서 계족산성으로 가지 않고 되돌아 가다가, 절고개로 하산 하여, 선비마을 아파트에서 버스를 탓다. 대전역에 도착하니, 소나기가 억수같이 내리기 시작한다.

Hiking/Backpacking

Daejeon, South Korea
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time : Jul 17, 2017 11:25 AM
duration : 3h 27m 45s
distance : 5.8 km
total_ascent : 409 m
highest_point : 448 m
avg_speed : 2.2 km/h
user_id : gtrh001
user_firstname : 익승
user_lastname : 이
황토길을 맨발로 걷기하는 산으로, 유명한 산~~~ 계족산. 계족산은 대전 시민들이 접근하기가 용이한 산으로 시민들의 사랑을 듬뿍 받고 있는 산이다. 수년전 보다는 자연환경 보호를 위하여 여러가지 시설을 보완한것 들이 많았다. 그러나, 산행 들머리가 아스팔트 길을 따라 30여분 걸어가야 되는 것이 많이 불편 하였다. 하산시 비래사에서도,20여분간 아스팔트길을 내려와야 한다. 대전역 앞에서 611번 버스를 타고 읍내동 현대아파트 앞에서 하차하여, 아스팔트 포장길로 용화사로 오른다.용화사 앞에서 우측 임도로 계속오르면 봉황마당 이라는 팔각정이 있다. 여기서 산행이 본격적으로 시작된다. 계족산 정상까지는 거리가 얼마되지 않지만, 급경사 길이여서 계단이 많다. 산행중에 빗방울이 떨어진다. 많이 오는것은 아니지만, 습도가 높아져 땀이 많이 난다. 우의를 입었다 벗었다 하느라 번거로웠다. 날씨가 좋지않은 관계로, 성재산에서 계족산성으로 가지 않고 되돌아 가다가, 절고개로 하산 하여, 선비마을 아파트에서 버스를 탓다. 대전역에 도착하니, 소나기가 억수같이 내리기 시작한다.
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