Shizuoka Castle Hotel Sanoharu
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... beautiful and varied hike from Tsumago to Nojiri. There is an alternative option with just 1 hour of walking instead. The trail travels through small valleys and past forests of bamboo and Japanese cedar, through some of the least-developed scenery on the tour. Continue by train to Kiso-Fukushima. Stay at a lovely hot spring ryokan set in a remote valley above the town (complimentary pick-up from the station is provided by the ryokan). The ...
... got to work that night :)
Unfortunately I was not able to make an pictures climbing up, it was just to dark. But it looked incredible, to see the clouds beneath you with the moon reflecting on it.The mountain just a shadow on each side of you, reminding you how steep it actually is.
There are a few platform's on the way to the top, to rest. However none of them have shelters, meaning you are the whole night exposed to ...
8 km walk from walk Magemo to Tsumago.
The guide book and the tourist information centre told me that it would take 3hours to walk it.
However I only had 2, as I got up way to late to actually do this walk. What can I say i did it in 1 1/2 hours :)
Rock'n Roll!!!! found the coolest little coffee shop in Tsumago.
... front door saying, " Hiking mountain today. Fuji." And our day began. We arrived at the Fifth Station of Mt Fuji mid-morning. As the mountain is only open July through mid-September, visitors flock during the short climbing season. I learned on our trip that it is the most climbed mountain in the world. Most hikers start at the Fifth Station as well as the place most tourists visit. It was crowded and developed. Restaurants, shops, buses was all that could be seen ...
... slowly turned colorful and we started to recognize the contours of the mountains and lakes below us, while the summit continued to fill with climbers with a better timing than us. Once we could finally see the top of the sun at 4:40am, there was a surreal mix of cheering, the clicking sounds of the many cameras and some classical music that started to play from the hut behind us. I can imagine that it would be a huge disappointment if you arrive at the top while ...