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Mount Tsubakuro Hiking

Conquer the Queen of the Northern Alps of Japan

Conquer the striking Mount Tsubakuro that stands among the Northern Alps on the Japanese island of Honshu. Full of color and life, hiking to the summit presents incredible views in what is a relatively non-technical climb. Visit during the warmer months between the end of June and September for ideal hiking conditions.
 
 
 
 
 

There are many reasons for choosing Hiking in Mount Tsubakuro

Rising 2,763 meters along the mountain range of Japan’s main island, Mount Tsubakuro and its glorious white granite rock reflects the light on sunny days, creating an impressive spectacle. For this reason it has earned the nickname the Queen of the Northern Alps, and is an impressive peak to summit with its outstanding beauty.

 

Good to know:

Currency

Yen

Country code

+81

Language

Japanese

Best time to visit

Visit during the warmer months between June and September for ideal hiking conditions

What’s the weather like?

The region receives heavy snowfall in winter, while in summer it receives a mild and cool climate

More info about Hiking in Mount Tsubakuro:

Located in the region of Nagano, in the center of the island of Honshu, Mount Tsubakuro is part of the Hida Mountains, also known as the Northern Alps. The scenic peak lies within the Chubu-Sangaku National Park, which was established all the way back in 1934. Its white granite rock makes it shine on sunny days, cultivating the nickname the Queen of the Northern Alps

 

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