On the first day, at 1 pm, starting from 1400-meter of altitude, we will start a 3-hour walk through a traditional and beautiful forest trail, with no snow. We will spend the night at the Sato Hut[2300m].
We will talk about your skills and acclimatization at high altitude.
Today we will start our climb at 5 a.m., with ice axe and crampons. We will reach the Mount Fuji sumitt at 11 a.m., and the round crater at 12 a.m.. At 3 pm we will start the descent, and go down. About 5 pm we will be back. This will be a long day, but with a rewarding sense of achievement after climbing the mythical and beautiful Mount Fuji.
*Depending on the weather conditions, we may need to climb to the summit on the third day.
Fujisan Station at 10 am
If participants have previous mountaineering experience, I can guide up to 3 guests.
First day,from 1th[1400m] , 3 hours walking traditional and beautiful forest trail ,no snow, and we will stay Sato Hut[2300m].
Then I need conversation or meeting with guests about their skill,and adaptation of high altitude.
Second day, we will start 5 a.m., with ice Ax and crampon and sumitt until 11 a.m. , and round crater 12 a.m. , and go down until 3.p.m.,and go down 1th 5.pm
it is long day, but sense of achievement than climb from 5th.
Weather cindition, we can go to sumit 1 week 2day or 3day.
So, reserve us 3 days ,and climb 2 days.
Bad condition,we will not go mountain.
More 4 guest ,I will call my friend guide.
I have been working as a JMGA mountain guide since 2006. I mostly do climbing-related activities, but specialize in Alpine Climbing and Ice Climbing.
Although there are no 4000m peaks in Japan, there are several unique mountaineering adventures to be had in the country, especially during the winter. During the summer, there are also some nice traverses to do, walking along the ridgeline while enjoying the magnificent views. This is quite popular in Japan, especially considering the large number of mountain huts available.
Another popular activity is "Sawanobori". This is a form of mountaineering that does not take place on a mountain trail. Sawanobori is a very traditional Japanese climbing experience that consists of climbing a waterfall or canyoning up a river. While in Japan, you will probably also get the chance to relax in an onsen (hot spring), another traditional Japanese experience.
I live in Hokuto city in Yamanashi Prefecture, at the base of a 3000m peak. It is about 2 hours by train from Tokyo. There are also numerous climbing spots in the area and various activities to enjoy. I work in partnership with several trusted colleagues so we can offer different options depending on your wishes.
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