The weather is finally getting warming in Tokyo and throughout Japan, which means the Sakura Cherry Flowers will soon blossom and the mountains will soon be bursting with weekend hikers and full time explorers.
Also with the rising temperature more and more individuals tend to exploring the mountain areas in Japan. Although Mt. Fuji is not available for 2-Day hikes until June and 1-Day hikes until May there are many other mountains around Japan that are available to hike in Spring.
- Can’t wait until the Mt.Fuji Climbing Season?
- See our Top 5 Mountains to climb in Spring with Views of Mt. Fuji
- Here are 5 recommended mountains to hike with the views of Mt.Fuji!
Speaking of Mt. Fuji, now is the time to start your Mt. Fuji Planning. Conquering Mt. Fuji is at the top of many people’s bucket lists and with the climbing season only a couple of months away, it is not too early to begin planning for your 2019 Mt. Fuji climb. Planning ahead will help you make the right choices and there are several key points to consider when planning your Mt. Fuji climb:
- See some our our top Climbing tips below:
- How Hard is it to Climb Mt. Fuji Really?
See our 3 step Mt. Fuji Climbing Tips and Mt. Fuji Climbing Map Below
- Step 1: Mt. Fuji Climbing – Plan Ahead
- Step 2: Mt. Fuji Climbing – Access Point
- Step 3: Mt. Fuji Climbing – Select a Route
- Mt. Fuji Climbing Route Map
There are numerous day hikes to enjoy the unique natural ecosystem all year round. Including Hoei Crater hike, Mt. Fuji Pilgrim hike, Mt. Kachi Kachi hike and for those climbers in top physical condition a 1-Day Summit hike is also possible during the climbing season.
- Can Mt. Fuji be climbed in 1-Day?
- Mt. Fuji 1-Day Hikes
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