Climbing Mount Fuji
The official climbing season of Mount Fuji is
from July 1 to August 31. During these times, Mount Fuji is
normally free of snow and the weather is more often than not
cooperative. Climbing may be enjoyed by both amateurs and experienced
There are several routes to climb Mount Fuji:
This is from the south side of the mountain and
you can enjoy the panoramic view of Izu Peninsula and Suruga
has the shortest climb to the peak because you can travel
up to an altitude of 2400 meters. There is an instruction
center and a clinic that is accessible for the climbers.
This trail is appropriate for walkers. This is
also known as the East front trail mountaineering road. It
Polluolana Land. The view is spectacular from here
because you can see the
sunrise from all points within this route after the
Shin-Gogo-me (new 5th point).
Anyone can ascent this route safely.
The route to ascent and descent this course are different
you different perspective of Mount Fuji.
This is the most popular base for the climb to
the summit of Mount Fuji. It is also considered the
are several huts lined on this trail plus there
are separate trails for ascent and descent. The
sunrise can also be
viewed from this trail.