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Mt. Ontake, Gero

(5/5 based on 30 reviews on the web)
Mt. Ontake is located in Gero. Make Mt. Ontake part of your personalized Gero itinerary using our Gero vacation route planner.
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  • Is a beautiful mountain looks crisp and sunny around 3000 meter high mountain is not so much a trapezoid-shaped mountain shape. You could climb in the aftermath of the eruption of the now not to the Summit, but was up 9. Smoke still rises, as well as aerial tramway because even for beginners easy climbing.
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  • 10/7 "DPP can" the bluest sky of the Typhoon was greeted with majestic mountains are independent peaks of majestic Mt. ontake. Day car night, middle of the night I wake up in the remaining third parking lot there shone the sky full of stars. Of course with the milky way clearly and staff. Happy what you say. Ontake became up shelter 9 with eyes lifted from 9/24, was lucky. In 9th with shelter and monitoring staff in the photo. It was enshrined beside the King falls mountain road "OE daigongen" of repair work in. Necessity was fun, be lifted up to the top.
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  • Independent peak with Mt. Fuji as the volcano, old mountain of faith, from the 一合目 to the top religious institutions are scattered. By car from the village temple up to the 7th tanohara, went on foot to tanohara oratory. Unfortunately the weather was in the clouds top. From this day (9/17) announce to hachigōme the wardens who were standing by in the regulation gate. Climbers and worshippers as it counts, was that it became less visited, 14 years after the eruption.
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