The trail where the sky meets a garden
Created on a giant 3.3-hectare site behind Everland’s popular Columbus Adventure attraction, Sky Garden Trail has around 700 plum trees of 11 different types. This, as well as countless other blossoming flowers and budding trees make Sky Garden Trail the ideal place for a springtime hike and forest bath.
Unlike most plum blossoms in South Korea, concentrated in the southern parts of the country, those at Everland blossom relatively late. In fact, the park’s resident botanists predict that only 30 percent of the plum trees will be in bloom in late March, with that number increasing to 80 percent by April 7.
Enjoy the view from up high
From mid-April, about 30 specially grown miniaturized trees, including pine, camellia, and cherry, will be shown in a special exhibition in the garden at the entrance of Sky Garden Trail. Throughout spring, Everland theme park will welcome many visitors eager to experience the healing power of nature and cleanse their souls by taking a floral forest bath while walking along Sky Garden Trail. For more information about Everland’s opening hours and other details, visit the park’s official website.