Apsan Park | Nam-gu, Daegu

Apsan Park | Nam-gu, Daegu

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Apsan Park

Apsan Park is located in the valley where Apsan Mountain, Sanseongsan Mountain, and Daedeoksan Mountain converge. This is one of the largest urban-eco parks of Daegu where you can ride the cable car to go at the top of the Apsan Mountain. You will be able to enjoy leisure facilities such as archery, horseback riding or swimming. Several monuments are also present in the park such as a monument commemorating the poet Yi Ho-wu, the Nakdonggang River War Memorial Hall and Keungol Daedeok Dongsan Hill.

Apsan Observatory

At the Apsan observatory, you can see a panoramic view of Daegu, a combination of city and nature, history and future together. It serves as a tourist spot and an educational center to learn the kind of city Daegu is.

You can get to Apsan observatory using the cable car or you can hike from Anjiranggol to the observatory which takes an hour.

Apsan Cable Car

There are two cable cars which goes forth and back taking about 5 minutes per trip. It has a boarding capacity of 48 people and you can experience the beautiful view of nature from the top. You can take the cable car to the observatory if you want to skip the hiking part of the journey.

Apsan Cable Car Fee

AdultsChildren
Round trip fare
Individuals10,500 won7,500 won
Groups9,500 won6,500 won
One-way fare
Individuals7,500 won5,500 won
Groups6,500 won4,500 won

Note:

  • Group fee applies to 30 or more people
  • Children fee applies to children aged 4 years old to elementary school students
  • Daegu city tour users get 20% discount for round-trip fare available for same day ticket holders

How To Get There

By Subway:

  • When using the subway, get off at Anjirang station (Daegu subway line 1) and exit from exit 3.
  • Take bus no. 410 and get off at Apsan park bus stop.

By Bus:

  • From Daegu station or Dongdaegu station, take bus no. 300, 410, 410-1, 750, Dalseo 4 or Dalseo 4-1 to Apsan Park bus stop.

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