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Nakdonggang
Bicycle Path

Follow the longest river in South Korea towards the beach city of Busan.

The Nakdong River Bike Path is the longest of all paths. Over some sharp hillsides, down meandering riverbanks, this path displays the Korean countryside’s beauty all the way.

The Stats
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Start
Andong City

(안동시)

← 389 km →

20 hours

End
Busan City
(부산시)
Busan City Logo
Start
Andong City
(안동시)
Andong City Logo
End
Busan City
(부산시)
Busan City Logo
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Checkpoints (11)
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City-to-City Path Breakdown

A day-long detour to an historic city.

A day-long detour from the source of the longest river in South Korea and an historic city.

By grasslands and past a bicycle museum.

Ride through the grasslands and find a bicycle museum at the start of Korea’s longest river.

Down pretty parks to Daegu.

A short jaunt from Gumi, down pretty parks, to Daegu, Korea’s fashion city.

Learn about the river.

All about the North Han River, from geography to history to the waterway today.

Ride to Busan, Korea’s mega beach city.

Ride the wide Nakdong river to Busan, Korea’s mega beach city.

Learn about the river.

All about the North Han River, from geography to history to the waterway today.

Bike Path Overview

The Nakdong River Bike Path is the longest of all paths. Over some sharp hillsides, down meandering riverbanks, this path displays the Korean countryside’s beauty all the way.

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Cities on the Nakdong River

Below find a complete list of cities, counties, and provinces on the Nakdong River. You can also find links in the bike path breakdowns.

Hanam City (하남시; Hanam-si) is satellite cities of Seoul (서울특별시; Seoul-si). First established in 1989, the city closely ties itself to the capital, borrowing many resources, including a subway (Line 5; 5호선) and commuter train (Gyeongui–Jungang Line; 경의·중앙선).

Yangpyeong County (양평군) sits on the South Han River (남한강; Namhangang) near the middle-north of South Korea. Its borders touch the bottom of Hanam City (하남시) in the north and the top of Yeoju City (여주시) in the south.