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Inje & Sokcho Tours, Gangwon-do 

What is Canyoning?

Canyoning is the descent of streams and waterfalls by means of trekking, climbing, jumping, sliding and rappelling. It is an adventurous activity that can be enjoyed by any and all, under the diligent guidance of Canyoning Korea's professional instructors. 

5mm wetsuit (in colder months)

3mm neoprene socks




Harness and all safety equipment

Life jackets (if required)

Professional guide

What do we provide:

Inje Canyoning
Gangwondo Canyoning
Gangwon Canyoning


Suitable footwear


Any medication, if required

Waterproof camera, if desired

Your own Travel Insurance, if desired

What do you need to bring:

Inje & Sokcho Half Day and Full Day Tours

Duration: Varies  /  Groups: 2-6 people  /  Difficulty: Varies

At 1,708 metres, Seoraksan is the second tallest mountain on the South Korean peninsula, and access to the many valleys hidden on its slopes is heavily restricted.
However, at Canyoning Korea, we know many accessible valleys and canyons. These are some of the most remote, physically and technically demanding descents available in South Korea
Due to the unpredictable nature of the weather in this area, and the constant changes to the valleys and canyons, we will choose an appropriate venue closer to the time of the tour. Your guide will choose a safe canyon according to your preferred adventurous aspirations. 
Depending on the canyon selected, your tour will be closer to either Inje or Sokcho. We will advise you on the most appropriate travel arrangements during the booking process.

These tours are more physically demanding than our tours in Uljin and Gapyeong because of their steep and sustained nature. 


meet at the venue:                                         
From 120,000 Won per person (for half day tours; prices go up for longer and harder trips)

with Seoul pick up and return:                         
+ 40,000 Won for 1-2 people 
+ 80,000 Won for 3-4 people
+120,000 Won for 5-6 people (Total duration = approx. 9-10 hours)

All tours include drinks and a snack
(For a more substantial picnic lunch, and extended tour within the canyon, contact us for more details)

Learning to rappel
Learning to jump
Natural swimming pool
Canyoning Rappel
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