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Amazing Japan Alps with a mountaineer

1 commentaireMatsumoto, Japon

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Expérience organisée par Haruko

11 heures
Inclus : nourriture, équipement
Jusqu'à 4 personnes
Proposée en Anglais

Au programme

In this beautiful activity, we will experience the trail on the skyline of Japan Alps. Strictly limited in short summer season (May-Sep) because of its severe winter condition. I will consult the course and days depend on your interest.

Oku hotaka(3,190 m (10,466 ft)) is the Japan's 3rd highest and Mount Yari (10,433 ft) is 5th highest mountain. The Yari is famous for the beautiful pyramidal peak, the Oku Hotaka is famous for its beauty of embracing Karasawa cirque.


Kamikochi (7 am) - Oku hotaka (5,000-foot elevation gain) - Back to the start point (4 pm)


Day 1 : 8 hours hike up to the Yari (5,000-foot elevation gain)
Day 2: 7 hours scrambling via the Dai kiretto to the Kita Hotaka
Day 3: 7 hours hike down to Kamikochi


-This is the fee per a day. 2-4 people can be included in the fee.
-The hut fee not included
-Last bus leaves Kamikochi at 18:30, and after that people must stay in the national park until 6:00 a.m. (I will offer the options you can stay safe)
-The date could be changed depend on the weather

Ce qui est inclus

  • À manger
    Energy snacks
  • Équipement
    Map, tape for ankle twists, inflammation, antibiotic cream, bivy sack
À partir de 252€
par personne
Aucune date disponible

Faites connaissance avec votre hôte, Haruko

Hôte sur Airbnb depuis 2015
  • 1 commentaire
  • Identité vérifiée
I am a Japanese mountaineer with five years of intense experience.
I climbed Himalaya’s beautiful peak, 22,309 feet Ama Dablam.

With full time job at the investment company, I have been in mountains over 100 days a year in recent 3 years, climbing, alpine climbing and running.

2016: climbed Himalaya Ama dablam.
2017: completed 4 days female Yamabushi (as a female, Miko) training at the Dewa sanzan shrine, Yamagata.
2018: started guiding in Japanese mountains and freelance business consultant.

I love my home mountains and am happy to share the beauty and spirituality with friends.
I am a Japanese mountaineer with five years of intense experience.
I climbed Himalaya’s beautiful peak, 22,309 feet Ama Dablam.

With full time job at the investment company, I have been in mountains over 100 days a year in recent 3 years, climbing, alpine climbing and running.

2016: climbed Himalaya Ama dablam.
2017: completed 4 days female Yamabushi (as a female, Miko) training at the Dewa sanzan shrine, Yamagata.
2018: started guiding in Japanese mountai…
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Le lieu

I am really happy to share my home mountains, its beauty and culture. Literally the name Kamikochi is from 'The place gods descend', and welcomes every guests with its blue water. Sometimes it could be hard to step into nature which is rocked by Japanese.
I will happily consult the course fit to the each guest and the transportation.
I have many experiences in this area and other high mountains in Japan, basic rescue skills.

1 commentaire

Mananita (Manette)
septembre 2018
Visited Japan several times and found the mountains to be so inviting. For this particular visit, the goal was to experience hiking in the Japan alps and see a different side of Japan. So glad we found Haru-san! She is very solid relative to her knowledge not just of the trails but also the cultural side. She is a very seasoned mountain climber and trail runner, including rescue skills that it felt very safe to be with her. She had safety in mind first and foremost and will continuously challenge and encourage us along the way. We felt as though we were hiking with a friend, so comfortable and easy. She has a very positive spirit that was so nice to be around.. it helps to lift the mood of all of us.. keeping every moment positive for us. This experience is one for the books.. a different side of Japan we have never seen before. Very grateful to Haru-san for extending herself to us and coached us every step of the way. We highly recommend this experience!!
Visited Japan several times and found the mountains to be so inviting. For this particular visit, the goal was to experience hiking in the Japan alps and see a different side of Ja…

Conseil pour l'activité

Partenaires experts du domaine
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Veuillez noter que les activités de plein air comportent des risques et que vous pouvez être exposé à des situations dangereuses dans le cadre de cette expérience. Assurez-vous de pouvoir participer en toute sécurité en fonction de vos capacités et des conditions (telles que le lieu, la météo et l'équipement).

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Conditions d'annulation

Toute expérience peut être annulée et intégralement remboursée dans les 24 heures suivant l'achat, ou au moins 7 jours avant qu'elle ne commence.

Pièce d'identité officielle

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Critères requis pour les voyageurs

4 voyageurs maximum âgés de 18 ou plus peuvent participer.

Plus de conseils

-Need fitness level at least : running 5 km in a low, 6:00/kilo speed .
-Last bus leaves Kamikochi at 18:30, and after that people must stay in the national park until 6:00 a.m.

Ce qu'il faut apporter

Hiking shoes, wear, rain jacket, backpack

High energy snacks