Hiking trips – Asahidake

Summer + Hokkaido = Hiking in Asahidake

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Asahidake is the most important tourist place in Hokkaido and attracts visitors from all over the world. To climb the mountain, you can take a cable car, available all year round. Once at the station, there is a great exploration trail, where you can enjoy the natural landscape, such as alpine plants and crater lakes. It is really a dream place for those who love hiking.

 

 

 

Good to Know

 

Weather

Summer here is cool and winter is extremely cold. Most of the island is affected by the humid continental climate. The average summer temperatures are 22 °C, and in winter, it can reach -12 °C.

Language

Japanese

Currency

Japanese Yen

How to get there

There are 11 airports in Hokkaido, and nine of them can be reached directly from Tokyo. The largest airport is Shin-Chitose (Sapporo), where 50 flights arrive per day. You can also travel from Tokyo to Hokkaido by train: passengers can go directly from Tokyo station to Shin-Hakodate Hokuto station, via the new Shinkansen train route.

Country Code

+81

Best time to visit

Hikers arrive at the mountain during the summer (from June to September). When winter comes up and covered it in white, this place starts receiving skiers and snowboarders.

 

 

 

 

 

What People are Saying

  • 5 reviews

 

Excellent professional guide and wonderful scenery
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Maria Grazia Messina
The trip was great. The views are extrodinary.
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Gadi Shkolnik
Jun did an incredible job guiding us through Daisetsuzan National Park. He was attentive, friendly and courteous. His knowledge of the local flora, fauna, and landscape was superb (that rock garden in particular left a deep impression on me). His cooking was superb. And, we felt like we experienced aspects of the Japanese outdoors and Japanese culture that are very hard to reach.
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Kenton Beerman
Jun did an incredible job guiding us through Daisetsuzan National Park. He was attentive, friendly and courteous. His knowledge of the local flora, fauna, and landscape was superb (that rock garden in particular left a deep impression on me). His cooking was superb. And, we felt like we experienced aspects of the Japanese outdoors and culture that are very hard to reach. Andy and I had a phenomenal time.
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