Standing east facing Odaesan Mountain as a line of the Taebaek Mountains, Gyebangsan Mountain, at 1,577 m above sea level, is the fifth highest mountain in Korea, following Hallasan Mountain, Jirisan Mountain, Seoraksan Mountain and Deogyusan Mountain.
On the west of Gyebangsan Mountain is Unduryeong (at 1,089 m above sea level), which is quite as high as a mountain pass vehicles move and Eulsugol is on the north. On the southern part, there are two springs good for health: Bangadari Mineral Spring and New Mineral Spring. Gyebangsan Mountain is a place where various medicinal herbs and wild flowers grow naturally. In particular, it is famous for wild ginseng where ginseng diggers gather throughout all seasons. In addition, it has and grows colonies of yew and azalea trees as revolving trees and the geographical features of the mountain are similar to those of Daecheongbong Peak of Seorak Mountain. This area is an ecosystem-protecting area.