baekdu-daegan.com:The “Baek-du-dae-gan” [white-head great-ridge] is the continuous mountain-range ridge-line that runs from Janggun Peak of Mt. Baekdu-san on the northern border of the Korean Peninsula down to Jiri-san near its southern end, and the geomantic earth-energy main-stream that (in theory) runs along it.
It is around 1400-1500 km long, depending on how closely you count the twists and turns along its crest. About 735 km of crest-trail is within what is now South Korea, and most ofthat is accessible for hiking (with alternate routes for what is not).
It follows the Taebaek [Grand White] Mountain Range along the east coast thru Geumgang-san, Seorak-san and Odae-san down to Taebaek-san, and then it follows the Sobaek [Smaller White] Mountain Range across Sobaek-san (passing below Worak-san) to Sogni-san, and then down through the center of the peninsula’s southern quarter, passing through Hwangak-san and the southeast corner of Deogyu-san,
ending at Jiri-san. It branches off into over a dozen major earth-energy-lines that follow the lesser ranges and channel all Korea’s rivers (thirteen major Branches, hundreds of lesser ones). Complete reading…
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