Hiking through the beauty of National Park of Japan
Mount Kintoki is situated in Hakone which is a part of Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park and a member of the Japanese Geo-parks network. Well-known for legendary Kintaro, this hike is full of folklore and nature in abundance. The summit of Mt.Kintoki offers spectacular views of surrounding scenery and Mt.Fuji.
Legend says Mt.Kintoki is the birthplace of Kintaro, a boy known for his superhuman strength. A great ax similar to the one he used, is placed in a shrine, Kintoki-jinjya, near the beginning of the trek. You reach Yatori-Ishi after walking through rich vegetation and moss-covered trees. This huge boulder split in two, is said to be the work and dwelling of Kintaro. One truly senses stepping into the world of folklore.
This hike is a 5km roundtrip with an elevation variance of 1,000m. Although not over-demanding, the trail becomes steep before reaching the summit of 1,213m above sea level. At the top are teahouses for well-deserved refreshments, and where travelers and locals exchange experiences. A panoramic view of Mt.Fuji, Lake Ashi and Owakudani Valley with its volcanic smoke unfold in front of you. From deep forest to the open mountain top, this is a varied and unique hike, easily accessible from the cities.
This is your private tour. We take only 1 group per guide.
Walk through a beautiful forest of Hakone National Park. Hiking takes about 4 hours. The distance is about 5km and the total elevation is about 1,000m. Even though it's not a technical route, proper gear and cloths are required.
Hike one of the best peaks in the Hakone mountain area
Experience great views of Mt.Fuji/Lake-Ashi from the peak
Enjoy an open air hot spring and heal your tiredness
INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION
$500 for 1 person.
$600 for 2 people.
$200 for additional person.
children under the age of 13 = free.
The policies on face masks and attendee health are:
1: Face masks required for guides in public areas.
2: Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
The policies on sanitization are:
1: Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff.
2: Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized (private vehicle).
The policies on staff health & safety are:
1: Guides required to regularly wash hands.
2: Regular temperature checks for staff.
3: Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms.
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