- Address : San-332, Okcheon-ri, Changnyeong-eup, Changnyeong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do
- Mt. Hwawang is 757m above sea level and forms the boundary between Changnyeong-eup and Goam-myeon.
- Since the past, this mountain has been volcanically active, and hence was called Bulmoe or Large Bulmoe. Also, the reed field and azalea colony is famous nationwide, becoming the pronoun of Mt. Hwawang.
The vast plain with the size of 240,000㎡ is a prairie of reed field. The large-scale basin cut between mountain peaks are entirely covered under the white cotton blanket of reed flowers, being the motive of the annual Reed Festival in October. Furthermore, Mt. Hwawang is very famous for its azalea and royal in Spring, reed prairie in Summer, golden reed waves in Autumn, and white snow in Winter.
Recommendable Rest Tourism Courses
- Jahagok Ticket Office → Mt. Hwawang Peak (or Baebawui) → East Gate of Mt. Hwawang Fortress Wall → Hwanjang Hill → Doseong-am → Jahagok Ticket Office
- Okcheon-ri Ticket Office → Gwallyongsa Temple → Cheongryong-am → Byeongpung Rock → Mt. Gwanryong → Azalea Ridge → Drama Lot → Mt. Hwawang (Baebawui, Yongji, Changnyeong Jo’s Family Name’s Origin Monument, East Gate, West Gate) → Doseong-am → Jahagok Ticket Office
- Okcheon-ri Ticket Office → Wontonggol → Nodani → Byeongpung Rock → Mt. Hwawang East Gate → Baebawui → Mt. Hwawang Peak → Jahagok Ticket Office
Tourism & Health Welfare Course
- Jahagok Ticket Office → Doseong-am → Mt. Hwawang Peak → Mt. Gwallyong Peak → Mt. Yeongchui Peak → Mt. Jongam Peak → Mt. Hambak Peak → Mineral Spring → Yeongsan Seokbinggo
- Changnyeong Museum → Mt. Mokma Fortress Wall→ Mt. Hwawang Peak → Byeongpung Rock → Simmyeong Hill → Mt. Yeongchui (Gonari-jae) → Mt. Jongam (or Mt. Deokam) → Bugok Hot Spring