Haeparang Trail with the rising sun and the blue sea of the East Sea as its backdrop
Guide to Haeparang Trail Directions
Direction signs for Haeparang Trail are color-coded.
|Floor and Wall Mounted Directional Signs||Haeparang Trail Logo Stickers||Floor Painting For Crossroads Guidance|
|Forward direction in red (Busan → Goseong)|
|Reverse direction in blue (Goseong → Busan)|
Sticker-type Panel Guidance System
Floor and Wall Mounted Directional Signs
They are 13 cm-long direction indicator stickers that are attached mainly to floors and walls.
Trail Indication Labels
Square stickers available in two forms: 13 cm and 9 cm. They are used to indicate the Haeparang Trail.
Haeparang Trail Logo Sticker
Attached to existing pillar-shaped direction signboards for local road guidance, it provides guidance to the Haeparang Trail from existing facilities.
Ribbon Guidance System
Haeparang Trail ribbons are attached to trees in forest trails to guide the way. They are used to replace facility information boards, and guides are provided on a forward-direction basis, with red and orange colors paired together.
Wooden Haeparang Trail Information Panel
A local road guidance panel is a wooden panel that provides guidance on the local road when it overlaps with an existing local road. It is set up about every 1km at the beginning, end, and middle of the local road.
Haeparang Trail Facility Information System
The wooden panels that provide information of Haeparang Trail consist of a general information board, direction information board (large and small), and simple direction information board. ※ The image shown is an example, which may slightly differ from the actual structure.
Haeparang Trail General Information Board
General information boardGeneral Regional Information Related to Haeparang Trail
As a general information board installed at the start and end points of Haeparang Trail, it's designed to show how each travel destination is connected and provides overall regional information.
Direction boardIt provides information on directions and distances
The posts and information boards with an their easy-to-replace combination structure minimize visual confusion by excluding unnecessary elements other than direction information. Thanks to the exclusion of visual interference from surrounding elements, it remains vertical, even when installed on an inclined surface. It is installed in places where guidance on two or more points or directions or distances is required, such as a fork in the road. When installed in a wide space such as the seaside or plaza, the street type is specified, and when installed on a mountain or narrow road, a narrow type is specified. Forward/reverse can be distinguished by the color of the cog wheel sticker.
Simple direction signboardIt points in only one direction near a specific point.
The coastline shape of the East Sea, the main image of the Haeparang Trail symbol, is applied to the basic pole of the facility, minimizing visual confusion by excluding unnecessary elements other than guide information.
Haeparang Trail Visitor Center
It refers to the Haeparang Stores designated in every 5km sector to provide a rest stop where hikers can relax. Shops that provide guidance and rest are selected around Haeparang Trail, serving as guides, promotional partners, and shelters. Through the Haeparang Stores, we build venues where local residents can participate in the Haeparang Trail, instilling a sense of attachment to the local trail and generating income for local residents.