Travel the Country on FootDid you know there are many good trails in Korea besides Jeju Olle Trail? Jirisan Trail, Gangneung Bow-gil, Yeoju Yeogang River Trail, Haeparang Trail, Gunsan Gubulgil, Naepo Trail, Namhae Barey-gil, Busan Galmaetgil and the list goes on.We strongly recommend you to pay a visit to each.
Guardians of Asian TrailsThe trail continues on only with bright minds. Asia Trails Network shares trail issues and common value and takes the initiative in building a sustainable development. It protects natural resources, studies trails, shares knowledge, improves the quality of life and welfare through trails, establishes a healthy trail culture and runs a variety of marketing campaigns. Officially established in January 2014 in Jeju, it currently has 20 members from 5 countries (as of 2020). The Jeju Olle Foundation is the Founding and current Chair and plays role as a secretariat of the Asia Trails Network.
To go far, we go togetherLet us tip you a way of traveling across the earth. Get out and walk on trails in different countries. 50 trail organizations, institutions and stakeholders from 19 countries formed a global collaboration, the World Trails Network,to findthe best way for people to co-exist with the nature. WTN hosts a regular meeting once a month and host the World Trails Conference every other year. The Jeju Olle Foundation founded the World Trails Conference in 2010 and since held 5 consecutive conferences, leading the movement to bring the trails worldwide together. The Jeju Olle Foundation today serves as a member of the International Board, Advisory Committee at the World Trails Network. President Suh Myung Sook of Jeju Olle Foundation was appointed as the first international Hononary Patron of WTN.