Ice Climbing trips – Daisetsuzan National Park

Enjoy the remote wilderness of this national park on your next ice climbing adventure.

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Daisetsuzan National Park is a great place to take an ice climbing introductory course. There are many ice falls here to get started. If you’re more advanced there are more challenging falls to try out. A mountain climb is also a good idea. Mount Tokachi has some good ice climbing spots. Mount Furano is another great technical route.  Then when you’re done with your climbing, be sure to check out one of the onsens (hot springs) tucked away within the mountains. 




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Daisetsuzan has a continental climate, which means cold winters and warm summers. Snow sticks around late into spring.




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How to get there

Fly to Sapporo then either drive or catch a bus or train to Asahikawa. From there it is a 2-hour bus trip to the national park.

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Best time to visit

January through April






What People are Saying

  • 6 reviews


It was a really good day out! Cvetko Podlogar is a good guide with spot on instructions ... Highly recommend his services
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Tze Chuan KOH
We had a wonderful time ice climbing despite some rather crazy weather conditions! Takao was great company, very clearly experienced in the area and equipped with all necessary equipment. He was always on time and made exceptional efforts to get us out to the ice and back safely to Sapporo. The onsen, river crossing and thigh-high snow trek were as important as the actual climbing to the whole experience. We highly recommend and hope to be back to the area for summer climbing!
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Robyn Yano
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Elgin Tay
Takao is very professional. I enjoy climbing with him very much. Also, the waterfall at 2nd day leave a good memories for me. If I climb in Japan again, I will find him again.
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Chun Man



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