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Four routes, each divided into ten sections by stopping and refueling stations, lead up to Mt. Fuji's snow-covered tip. You don't have to be a die-hard mountaineer to climb Mt. Fuji; the slopes are full of children and adults of all ages, shapes...more
I climbed Mt Fuji from 1st to 2nd August. Soren and Masa were my guides for the climb. They were really informative in providing adequate information for the climb. They also ensured that all of us were safe as we trekked. It was an excellent...More
Climbing Mt. Fuji was something we wanted to do ever since we zipped past it on the Shinkansen last year. We walked 3-5km daily, took the stairs to our 14th floor apartment every day, went on long walks, did a 10km run in the spring......More
My husband and I successfully climbed
My husband and I hiked Mount. Fuji with four of our friends on August 1st & 2nd. Some background on us before I jump into the review. We are active, in our mid 20's, and live in the midwest...More
This was our first visit to a Volcanic Mountain ever and hence we were naturally very excited about scaling the same. We had never scaled anything as high as 3800 meters in our lives, but there is always a first time :)
We took a...More
Climbing Mt. Fuji is truly fascinating. My friends and I started from 12:30 to ascend the mountain via the Yoshida trail. The weather was perfect so the climb was breezy and cool. At 3 pm we reached our lodge at the 7th Station called the...More
We climbed at night with no guide and although this seemed a grey area when reading, we met lots of people doing similarly. We did the Yoshida Trail and starts at 7pm which is about when it goes dark. It was cold even in mid...More
We were on a cruise that docked in Kobe so we took a tour from there to Lake Ashinoko, where we sailed on an amazing Viking boat—a huge sailing dragon with tall masts and colorful pirates. Although it was chilly, it was s wonderful experience....More
Our hiking date is on July 13, 2018. We stayed a night at the hotel near Fujinomiya station and take the 10am bus to Fujinomiya 5th station, the bus ride take about 1 hour 15mins to the 5th station, make sure you buy the bus...More
5 stars- if you csn see it!
Before heading up the mount, read the forecast, and believe it! Even a small chance of rain or low visibility may make your journey a waste of time. We went to the Fifth Station on the earliest bus,...More