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... had booked for the night. This was an older facility that was showing some age but still in good shape. My tatami room was huge, had an ocean view and could comfortably sleep six (since there were six futons stacked in the futon cupboard). I had a great wash and soak in the onsen facility and then a huge meal served in my room. I ate alone watching baseball on Japanese TV. It must be the playoffs as there seemed to be a lot ...
... person would be left behind. It may sound heartless but we had no ties to each other and everyone was there to witness one thing, sunrise from the summit. 10 o'clock rolled around and we decided that we should get going, as the 5th station was closing and we were going to have to be outside anyway. I knew that the 6th station was only due to be a half an hour walk away but when we arrived there after 15 minutes I knew that our pace was too quick. We stayed there for 20 ...
... just on account of him being Ali, it is hard to say. In any case, as we got geared up and posed for photographs before setting off, I was definitely a little nervous.
Before coming out to Japan, I had twice 'scaled' the lofty peak that is Pendle Hill in preparation for this climb. Both times I had been absolutely knackered. Even the significantly smaller portion of the trail that we would be doing on Fuji was almost 3 times the size of Pendle Hill, so perhaps ...
... jumpers whilst eating sandwiches on the crater rim. The top wasn't as busy as we'd expected with only a handful of groups (including army troops) spaced over the very wide rim. We decided to walk all the way around, which started with a steep ascent to the very peak where an automated weather station was perched high above the fluffy white clouds below. The rim track then went though an exposed section where the wind was so strong it nearly blew us off and we were bent ...
... for us to peer through the clouds into the bubbling yellowy lake in the mouth of the volcano. The array of colours forming the inner sides of the volcano was spectactular!
Undeterred by our unfruitful first hike, a few days later we decided to try our luck scaling Mitse Toge Yama - a hike that turned out to be one of the hardest we have ever done, scaling the mountain in the blistering heat, with a 2 hour vertical climb to the top - we ...
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