Key information: Mt Yarigatake
- Wonderful ridge walk taking in Mt. Yarigatake and overnighting at the nearby hut.
- Spectacular views of nearby Mount Fuji once you get "up".
- Fixed ladders and chains are necessary in places
- You can begin this walk from Kamicochi, which has a train railhead and also an outpost of the Imperial Hotel.
- This walk is part of the Tate-yama to Kamikochi walk (to be written up!).
- This is a demanding walk in mountains, on which you will have to be self sufficient. Come prepared.
- Thank you to Peter Beverly for suggesting this walk.
ANYONE GOT ANY GOOD PHOTOS? WE WOULD BE DELIGHTED TO POST THEM!
- Walkopedia rating82
- Natural interest14
- Human interest6
- Negative points0
- Total rating82
- Length: 2 days/Variable
- Maximum Altitude: 3,180m (Yarigatake)
- Level of Difficulty: Strenuous
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COMMUNITY COMMENTS AND PHOTOS
Name: Peter Beverley
Posted on: 16/11/2011
Mt Yarigatake and others in Japan � I did a two day walk, staying overnight in the Yarigatake Hut and climbing 3180m Yarigatake as well as other mountains along than chain, including, I think, Okuhodaka and Kitohodaka. You can start in Kamicochi, which has a train railhead and an outpost of the Imperial Hotel! I went in late autumn so got the colours too. The view of Mt Fuji is spectacular once you climb to the top of the ridge out of Kamicochi and it just gets better. Walk is strenuous with fixed ladders and chains. No idea how long it was as I was younger then and didn�t care! Met no other English speaking people and was adopted by the locals.
Posted on: 04/09/2014
attached is a resume of a hike in the North Alps we did last autumn
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