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Kamakura Hiking Trails, Kamakura
(4.6/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web)
Scenic wooded paths take you through a number of picturesque temples and shrines at Kamakura Hiking Trails. Stretching between Sagami Bay and the surrounding hills, the trails serve as popular moderate trekking routes for those who want to enjoy nature and culture. Featuring three major routes, the trails offer shaded walks in the western, northern, and eastern hills, each packed with religious sites steeped in history, including a famous statue of Great Buddha. The starting point for the most frequently trodden path sits within walking distance of Kamakura Station, with a handful of convenience stores along the trails. Make Kamakura Hiking Trails a centerpiece of your Kamakura vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Kamakura itinerary planner.
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  • Not very challenging, I was expecting them to be much longer, I saw all sorts of ages along the way. Many other walkers on the route and many temples to see. No need for hiking boots, trainers are fin...  more »
  • There is one hiking trail from the JR Kita-Kamakura station to the Daibutsu and a second one (the Ten-en trail) in the hills on the east side of Kamakura from near the Zuisenji temple to either the Ke...  more »
  • It is a mountain asphalt pavement than not. I think it is pretty tight, so the shoes or sneakers is better. I'd never lost even a beginner guide you firmly say the trail are everywhere, so choose a very strange way. You can feel the fresh air of the mountains and scenery, and Kamakura's history.
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