Mt. Kita-dake

It is located in the north of the Southern Japan Alps and is the main peak of the Shirane Three mountains (Mt. Kita-dake, Mt. Aino-dake, Mt. Notori-dake).  It is the second highest peak in Japan, following Mt. Fuji-yama.  When looking from north or south, its shape is a beautiful triangular pyramid.  This mountain is known as the jewel box of alpine plants such as Kita-dake-sou, an endemic spieces.  The view of Mt. Fuji above a sea of clouds can be seen at sunset from the summit, which makes you realize that you are at a high elevation.  It is said that the mountain was reached for the first time by a rower, Naoe Natori in 1871 .  The numbers of hikers increased dramatically after Norokawa logging road was built in 1963.  A rocky cliff on the east slope is called Kita-dake buttress and the 600 M vertical cliff drops from the summit to O-kanba sawa stream.  Many rock climbers long for the buttress.  It is a place, dear to the climber’s heart in the South Japan Alps, where there are quite a few rocky cliff courses.

Mt. Kita-dake: Elevation 3,193 m


Normally, it is traditional to climb Mt. Kita-dake from Hirogawara.  As a variation route, the route on Ikeyama-tsuri o’ne from Yoshimori shindo is available, however, this is only for experts.  If you would like to hike from one mountain to another, you can hike from Mt. Kita-dake, Mt. Aino-dake, to Mt. Notori-dake or from Mt. Kita-dake~Mt. Aino-dake~Mt. Shiomidake.  There are a variety of courses available because Mt. Kita-dake is located at the north of the South Japan Alps.  However, any route requires days to complete.  It is important to make appropriate preparations and a hiking schedule.  A hike on this route would be slightly different from one in the North Japan Alps.  In Route Guide 1, a course to hike only Mt. Kita-dake will be introduced.   In Route Guide 2, a course that hikes from Mt. Kita-dake to other representative mountains will be introduced.  It is recommended that you hike on these courses first before you set different variation courses.

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View of Mt. Kita-dake