Independently travel from Tokyo, Osaka or Nagoya to Kamikochi. Together, we will walk to Tokusawa. That night we will stay in an accommodation.
We will hike from Tokusawa to Karasawa to enjoy the spectacular views of autumn leaves, mountains, and the starry sky. We will be accommodated in a hut on the trail.
We will hike from Karasawa back to Kamikochi. Then, group will disperse and independently return to their various destinations.
Please arrange your transit to the Nagano region independently, as this is quite easy to do by car or train from major cities. Your guide can help.
Your guide will arrange accommodation but please note that the cost is not included.
Wear a warm jacket appropriate for the altitude of the mountain or the season, choose quick-dry materials to retain body heat. Avoid cotton underwear and undershirts. Wear nonrestrictive, stretchy pants; Pack extra clothes, for you get may wet in bad weather; Pack your warm or extra clothes in a waterproof bag or a plastic bag to keep them dry.
I love nature. I love cycling, hiking and climbing.
I have worked in Canada, joined the MTB race in Africa, and traveled to Central America, Southeast Asia, Europe, and Oceania. Everywhere, I've tried to see as much nature as possible. Nature is so different in every country and I find that immensely moving.
I believe that Japanese mountains are one of those places that you must visit at least once. Since Japan consists of small mountainous islands, you can experience many different landscapes almost at once - cities, small villages, flat lands with beautiful rice fields (rice is the foundation of Japanese culture), lush forests, green mountains and rocky mountains.
Nagano is the most mountainous prefecture in Japan and best place to see nature and go hiking and biking. That is why I now live in Nagano, helping world travelers enjoy the nature and culture of Japan.
Come visit Japan and have special experience in Nagano with us.
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