Omuro Mountain Lift, Ito
(4.2/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
Enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view from volcanic Mount Omuro using Omuro Mountain Lift, a two-seater chair lift taking you on the top of the old grass-covered crater, into which you can shoot arrows from a bow for fun. The ride offers scenic views of valleys and nearby hills, while a 1 km (0.6 mi) long circular path around the crater on the top offers views of Gulf of Sagami, Jogasakikaigan Bay, Izu Highland, and Mount Fuji. The walk around the crater is easy for all ages and takes about 20 minutes, with spectacular scenery to observe from 580 m (1,902 ft) altitude. From Ito station or Izu-Kogen station, take Tokai bus to Shaboten Koen (Cactus Park). To visit Omuro Mountain Lift and get the most from your holiday in Ito, create itinerary details personal to you using our Ito tour planner.
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  • For the first time at the omuro mountain climbed. Rode, had arrived at 15:45 and not only about 15 minutes at the omuro mountain itself and 16:15 going down lifts last, buy lift tickets. In tandem, such as ski lifts climb up quite so thrilling is fun. It enjoyed good views. Because outward going down going down will stay more views! I'd imagined the gondola lift, quite enjoyed this this.
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  • No path to climb on this ancient volcano Super Green, but a slow... due to the wind chairlift enough violent.
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  • It was okay because my husband's fear of heights was long, so arrive at the feet on the slopes near the height here the chairlift. Summit round up and circling around in about 30 minutes. I'm walking a little better! Kiosk spit balls are delicious.
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