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Mt. Fuji

Trails of Mt. Fuji

There are four trails that lead to the summit of Mt. Fuji each with its own different inclination and trail features so choose depending on your itinerary and physical capability.

Yoshida Trail Head

  • Color code: Yellow
  • Starting point: Fuji-Subaru Line 5th Station (2,300m)
  • Ascent/Descent hours: 6 hours/ 4 hours

Subashiri Trail Head

  • Color code: Red
  • Starting point: Subashiri Trail 5th Station (2,000m)
  • Ascent/Descent hours: 6 hours/ 3 hours

Gotemba Trail Head

  • Color code: Green
  • Starting point: Gotemba Trail New 5th Station (1,450m)
  • Ascent/Descent hours: 7 hours/ 3 hours

Fujinomiya Trail Head

  • Color code: Red
  • Starting point: Fujinomiya Trail 5th Station
  • Ascent/Descent hours: 5 hours/ 3 hours

Rules and Regulations on Mt. Fuji

Mt. Fuji is designated as part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, and also as a Special Place of Scenic Beauty and Historic Site. The following acts are legally prohibited in the designated area.

  • Disturbing animals and plants.
  • Removing lava from the area
  • Pitching a tent / making a fire
  • Releasing pets etc.
  • Sowing seeds or planting seedlings.

Read the Gotemba-Yoshida trail guide by Kenneth Bastian

Source: http://www.fujisan-climb.jp/en/manner/index.html

  • About Mt. Fuji
  • Elevation

    3,776 m

  • Name (in Kanji)

    富士山 (Fujisan)

  • Last Eruption

    1707–1708 (Dormant)

  • Mountain Type

    Stratovolcano

Location of Mt. Fuji

  • About Mt. Fuji
  • Elevation

    3,776 m

  • Name (in Kanji)

    富士山 (Fujisan)

  • Last Eruption

    1707–1708 (Dormant)

  • Mountain Type

    Stratovolcano


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