|Location||Yongju-gun, Uijeongbu-si, Gyeonggi-do and Dobong-gu, Seoul|
|Height of the Mountain||740m|
Heading for Cheongpyeongsa (Temple) from Soyang dam for about 10 minutes by ship, you can see the mountain's fantastic rocks and stones surrounding the rear of Cheongpyeongsa (Temple). It was originally called Gyeongunsan (Mt.) in the past and also called Obongsan (Mt.) since Donggugyeojiseungnam.
Recently, since it has been widely known among mountaineers, it is called Obongsan (Mt.) naming five peaks; Birobong (Peak), Bohyeonbong (Peak), Munsubong (Peak), Gwaneumbong (Peak), and Nahanbong (Peak). There are 2 routes of hiking. The first one is descending to Cheongpyeongsa (Temple) after ascending five peaks from Baehuryeong (Ridge) in turn. The second one is descending to Cheongpyeongsa (Temple) after ascending the summit from the front of the campsite in the tourist site.
Attractions of the mountain are Cheongpyeongsa (Temple), Guseongpokpo (Waterfall), Gongjutap (Pagoda), Gongjugul (Cave), Gongjutang (Pond), and Yeollimok, etc. It is an extraordinary place because you can enjoy a pilgrimage of history and beauty of nature at the same time. One exponent for cultural inheritance on weekdays and three during the weekend present cultural properties to tourists in detail.