Climbing Mount Fuji (3776 meters), Japan’s highest and most prominent mountain, can make for lifelong memories. The mountain itself may look more attractive from afar than from closely, but the views on clear days and the experience of climbing through the early morning hours among hundreds of equally minded hikers from across the world are very rewarding.
We have upgraded the hotel stay with 1 Night stay at Japanese Ryokan (Japanese Style Dinner/Breakfast) (Hot Spring) exclusive.
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4-9 Persons: SGD2125/Pax
10-15 Persons: SGD1875/Pax
Base on Twin/Triple occupancy: Single rooms: SGD375/Pax
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13 July – 16 July 2023 <Full>
05 Aug – 08 Aug 2023 <Full>
31 Aug – 03 Sep 2023 <Full>
05 Sep – 08 Sep 2023 <Full>
When to climb?
Official Climbing Season
Early July to mid-September is the official climbing season when the trails and mountain facilities are open. During this period the mountain is usually free of snow, the weather is relatively mild
The Fujinomiya 5th Station (富士宮五合目, Fujinōmiya Gogōme) is the second most popular and second most developed of the four fifth stations on Mount Fuji.
At 2400 meters above sea level, the Fujinomiya 5th Station is the highest of the fifth stations, and the Fujinomiya Trail is the shortest route up Mount Fuji.
Besides the trail to the summit, Fujinomiya 5th Station offers a shorter hiking trail to Hoeizan, a nearby secondary peak with a crater on the southeastern slope of Mount Fuji.
We have customized this adventure to get the best of the season. Fuji climbing season is from JULY to SEPTEMBER most of the mountain huts get booked very soon. On this trip we will be spending a night at Mountain Hut on 9th station.
We will also be staying 1 night at the Hot Spring Resort Hotel and 1 night at Kawaguchi Lake Hotel to make the most use of the trip and explore the place around the base of the mountain.
DIFFICULTY RATING: Is it difficult?
The ascent to the summit does not pose any major difficulties regarding climbing skills. Only at some points the terrain is rather steep and rocky. Abundant signs along the trail warn the hikers of other minor problems such as sudden wind gusts and falling rocks. However, the main challenge of the climb is the fact that it is very strenuous, and the air gets notably thinner as you gain altitude. Other than that, any physically fit person who is comfortable in hiking 5-6hours duration at an altitude of 3000m should be fit to join this hike.
Hike Grading : Moderate https://sgtrek.com/hike-grading/
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Meetup Location: Haneda Airport (10am local time)
You can choose to come either one day early or on the same day of the event date with any airlines. But everyone should reach Haneda Airport latest by 9am. Our local Guides/Driver will meetup at Haneda Airport at 10am local time. Everyone should arrive at Haneda Airport.
After the trip finishes You can choose to extend your stay in Tokyo and explore other parts of the regions at you own time. Feel free to extend on your own.
DAY 1 – Arrive at Haneda Airport (Pickup and Transfer to Mt. Fuji base)
Our local guide/driver will be meeting up with the entire team at the airport. There will be a private transfer for pickup. It’s a long ride to the hotel. Check in hotel and then free and easy to explore around the area. You can chill out at the hot spring and relax the day.
- 1 Night stay at Hana no Yu (Dinner/Breakfast) (Twin Rooms) (Hot Springs)
DAY 2 – Mount Fuji Climbing Preparation
- Breakfast at Hotel
- Pick-up at Hotel and transfer to 5th Station
- Rest & Prepare for Climb
- Hike until 9th Station
- Dinner at Mountain Hut
1 Night Stay at Mountain Hut (Dinner/Breakfast) (Bunk Style Rooms)
DAY 3 – Mount Fuji Summit
- Breakfast at Mountain Hut
- Hike to Summit (Pictures)
- Return to 5th Station
- Transfer to Kawaguchi lake Hotel
Night stay at Japanese Ryokan (Japanese Style Dinner/Breakfast) (Hot Spring)
(Japanese Style Rooms (Twin/Triple Rooms)
DAY 4 – Relax at Hotel &Transfer to Haneda Airport
- Breakfast and Hot Spring at Hotel
- Transfer to Haneda Airport (Book a late flight in the evening if you are flying same day)
- End of Tour
Itinerary can be changed following the time and natural conditions during the trip. Accommodation is on sharing basis, if you wish to stay alone can contact us for single supplement.
PRICE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING:
- Private Pick-up and drop off from Haneda Airport
- Night stay at Hana no Yu (Dinner/Breakfast) (Twin Rooms) (Hot Springs) – Sharing basis
- 1 Night Stay at Mountain Hut (Dinner/Breakfast) (Bunk Style Rooms) – Sharing basis
- 1 Night stay at Japanese Ryokan (Japanese Style Dinner/Breakfast) (Hot Spring) – Sharing basis (Japanese Style Rooms (Twin/Triple Rooms)
- Private English-Speaking Guide
- Certificate for those who summit
- International Flights
- Visa to Japan
- Personal Expenses
- Meals other than specified in the itinerary
- Personal Medication
- Tips for Guides/Driver
- Gear Rental (Special 4-Set Rental Package: Hiking Boots/Hiking Poles/Rain Gear/Packsack: Price ¥12,000/Person + 8% Tax) Special 4-Set Rental Package
- Water/Soft drinks any other beverages
In order to enjoy a safe hike to the summit of Mount Fuji, it is crucial to bring the proper equipment. Some of the most important things to bring are listed below:
The rocky, steep terrain in some sections and the potential of sudden, strong wind gusts are reasons to bring proper hiking shoes which protect your ankles.
Proper Clothes Bring proper protection against low temperatures and strong winds. It can be below zero at the summit, and strong winds often make it even colder. Bring rain gear, as weather conditions can change very quickly on the mountain. Gloves are recommended both against the coldness and for hiking the steep, rocky passages.
If you hike at night, a flashlight is highly recommended in any season and essential outside of the peak season when the trail is not illuminated by other hikers. Most people choose head lamps, as they leave both of your hands free.
It is important to bring enough water and food, particularly on the trails where there are few mountain huts along the way. Mountain huts offer various meals and drinks; however, note that prices increase with the altitude. Also, be prepared to carry home all your garbage as there are no public garbage bins on the mountain.
Cash is necessary to buy provisions on the mountain like water or canned oxygen and to use the toilets along the way. It is also important to carry should you need to seek emergency shelter in one of the mountain huts.
Hiking Stick (optional)
While not crucial, many hikers purchase wooden hiking sticks at the 5th Station to aid in their climb up the mountain.
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