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Mt Fuji & the Japanese Alps Hike up Mt Fuji for the Japanese sunrise

Activity Level 5

Mt Fuji & the Japanese Alps

Mt Fuji and Mt Yarigatake are the most famous Japanese mountains, and on this trip we ascend both of these iconic peaks while also taking in Japan's intriguing blend of ancient traditions and modern culture. As well as climbing Yarigatake, the 'Japanese Matterhorn', and the classic volcanic cone of Fuji, we stay in Kyoto, Japan's ancient capital, with its peaceful Zen gardens and Shinto temples, spend a day futuristic Tokyo, and take a short walk on the Nakasendo Way - an ancient trading route.

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At A Glance

8 nights comfortable hotel with en suite rooms, 3 nights mountain hut, 1 night Ryokan (traditional local guesthouse) with shared facilities
4 daywalks and 2 half-day walks
Travel by train, taxi, local and private bus
Altitude maximum 3776m, average 1000m
All breakfasts and 4 dinners included

What's Included

All breakfasts and 4 dinners
All accommodation (see below)
All transport and listed activities
Tour leader throughout
Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)

Food

Apart from breakfasts and four dinners, food is not included in the price. You should allow around GBP30-40 a day to cover the cost of food and drink. It is possible to eat more cheaply than this, or to spend considerably more, depending on the standard of restaurant chosen. In many of the places we visit there are restaurants available to cater for all tastes and pockets and it is generally very easy to enjoy every aspect of Japan's excellent cuisine either as a group or on your own. Please note that vegetarian food may or may not be available at dinner time on Mt. Fuji.

Tripcode TOP
Average. Rating 4.7 Stars
Group Size Min: 5 - Max: 16
Trip Type Trekking/Walking/Hiking
Group Type Adult Group
Min. Age 16
Activities Accom: hotel/lodge Culture & Discovery Guided Group Trek: summits Walking & Trekking

Detailed Itinerary

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