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3-day Mountaineering Tour in Karasawadake West Ridge, Okuhotakatake

Enjoy an exciting 3-day mountaineering tour in Karasawadake West Ridge, Okuhotakatake, with a certified mountain guide in Japan.

Mountain RangeJapan Alps
Duration3 days
Offer periodJan, Feb, Mar, Dec
Type of tripNot specified


Let’s enjoy popular and the shortest route to second highest mountain, Mt. Okuhodakatake with me!

This tour takes route through famous Karasawadake West Ridge to ascent Mt. Okuhotakatake. I am sure you will have wonderful experience on this tour that we carry tent by ourselves and spend nights on camp. I can say this is the route we can go back to the starting point of alpinism. It might become one of your  unforgettable mountaineering experiences.

Best tour period:
December – March (the best period is from year end to new year )

Tour duration:
3 days – plus 2 more days for extra days
We will stay overnight in tent.

Required technical level:
The tour route is mainly go walking on flat course, but sometimes we will go steep slope with snow or rocky area. During walking those area, we need to use rope for secure.

Required fitness level:
For those who can walk 10 hours a day or more than 1,000m difference of elevation. There might be large up-down during walking. Also, during the tour, we might stay overnight at tent.

Previous experience:
Previous experience on the winter mountaineering is required. The participants of this tour need to know how to use winter mountaineering gear and rope work.




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Will be announced after tour registered.



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Prices per person, per day

Group of 1

JPY 146392 each

Group of 2

JPY 102062 each

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- Guiding fee

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