Nasudake, chausudake Mountain, Nasu-machi

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Visit Nasudake, chausudake Mountain, a complex of volcanoes believed to have started erupting 600,000 years ago. Featuring five major peaks, the mountain's highest summit reaches a height of 1,916 m (6,289 ft). Take in a wide range of views from the top, including snow-capped peaks, tree-covered mountainsides, and even the Sea of Japan and North Pacific Ocean if the weather permits. Bring good hiking shoes and protective clothing, as weather conditions can rapidly change here. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Nasudake, chausudake Mountain by using our Nasu-machi vacation generator.
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  • August 7, 2017
    Using the 3-year-old will soon become a 4-year-old child and a ropeway, climbed up to the top. From the summit station of the aerial tramway to the Summit of Mt. chausu-Dake, course time is 50 minutes. Were with their children, rather than the course time depends on a little along the way breaks without excellent. Road is not on the mountain road trail. In addition, I prepared's need thought no way so far is against the wind, so the weather can change suddenly in. Holding hands with children, climbed up, but well, I think with climbing experience that I enjoyed, so parents and children can climb. Baby carrier (carrier) but not down the course, railing, brought on a child, descended from the mountain to the summit station of the ropeway. I think you ought to climb in may does not stop to sliding downhill if the children climbing rather down proactive. I think that good mountain as the introductory chapter (instead of trekking) climbers could not unfortunately the weather was not so the view was good. The cableway runs 20 minutes at intervals and, Nasu shiobara station bus is one hour in every up stroke with a margin that is recommended. Also, I think there are toilets at the summit station of the ropeway so finally done here for good.
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  • July 29, 2017
    To climb to the Summit because it was very foggy day, the cableway was moving. 20 minutes out and ropeway at intervals and arrive in a few minutes! View map and from there go top in 30 strong minutes seemed in a pretty steep and strewn rolling rock, light has gone up. Opens the mountain trail and it was within walking distance for a while, and beautiful scenery! Also the fog gets thicker or disappear and haul enjoyed too many faces. It was a place have a chance next time to go, in a climbing Mountain shoes climbed to the top like you want to!
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  • July 17, 2017
    Take our 7-year-old son, has from the teahouse Ridge traverse spear-Dake, Mt. chausu-Dake and Asahi-Dake, three. All the way over 10 km, had perfect weather, was climbing fun. Sound clouds cannot be experienced on Earth, spewing steam, and then impress small children were alone. This is where I want to go during this season.
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