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Bike Yeongdeok to Uljin

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Ride the rocky coastline from Uljin to Yeongdeok.

One of the most challenging East Coast paths follows ascending hills around rocky outcrops.

Check out highlights, an image gallery, and certification checkpoints below.

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Sunrise Park​ certification center checkpoint stamp for Korea's Bicycle Certification system.
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22 km (14 mi) from start
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Goraebul Beach​ certification center checkpoint stamp for Korea's Bicycle Certification system.
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Wolsongjeong​ certification center checkpoint stamp for Korea's Bicycle Certification system.
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62 km (38.5 mi) from start
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Mangyang Service Area certification center checkpoint stamp for Korea's Bicycle Certification system.
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76 km (47 mi) from start
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Uljin Sweet Fish Bridge​ certification center checkpoint stamp for Korea's Bicycle Certification system.

Highlights

Nanji Hangang Park

9.5 km (Seoul (North Side))
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  • Length: 3.1 km (11th of 11)
  • Area: 770,000 m² (6th of 11)
  • Start (West): Nanji Stream Bridge (난지천교)
  • End (East): Hongjae Stream Bridge (홍제천교)

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Yes, those switchback ramps (road view) lead to the Mapo Bridge’s main deck, providing an excellent point to cross the south side of the Han. 

After crossing, a ramp on the south side (road view) leads to Yeouido Hangang Park’s bike paths.

Bridge Observatories

Atop Seoul’s Han River bridges sit ten observatories. Some hold cafés. Others offer observation decks to view natural and cityscape sights.