HIKING

Hiking Ken Lockwood Gorge Trail
Ken Lockwood Gorge Trail is a moderately trafficked trail located between Califon and High Bridge in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. It features a relaxing and scenic walk along the river.

Hiking Rocky Point Loop Trail
Ken Lockwood Gorge Trail is a moderately trafficked trail located between Califon and High Bridge in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. It features a relaxing and scenic walk along the river.

Bushkill Falls: Hiking through the stunning fall colors
It is also known as the “Niagara of Pennsylvania”. It consists of 4 hiking trails which is specially charming during the autumn season when the gorgeous fall colors create a harmonious blend of abundant nature and man-made structures.

Hiking Mt. Fuji 富士山
Mount Fuji (富士山 Fujisan) is the highest and most prominent mountain in Japan which stands at 3,776.24 meters or 12,389 feet. It is located about 100 kilometers southwest of Tokyo on the border between Yamanashi and Shizuoka prefectures.

OmuroyamaTrekking along Mt. Omuro’s crater
Mt. Omuro (大室山, Ōmuroyama) is an extinct volcano located in Ito City in Shizuoka Prefecture. It is the highest peak in the eastern coast of Izu Peninsula with a height of 580 meters. Its crater has a diameter of about 300 meters which is about 1 kilometer when circled on foot and makes for a pleasant half-day excursion.

Mt. Jinba - Concrete White HorseHiking Mt. Jinba 陣馬山
Mt. Jinba (陣馬山 Jinba-san) is located along the border of Hachiōji, Tokyo and Fujino, Kanagawa Prefecture and stands at around 857 meters. It is listed as one of Japan’s best mountain hikes.

Okutama Autumn Hike: Mukashi-michi Route
Okutama is a mountainous region in Nishitama District located along the Tama River, which is at the western most end of Tokyo and forms a part of the Chichibu-Tama-Kai National Park. The town offers majestic nature within Tokyo bounds with lakes possessing pristine waters, clean streams weaving like stitch work through mountain ridges, stunning landscapes, and summits filled with avid climbers.

Oku-Nikko - Ryuzu FallsOku-Nikko 奥日光 Autumn Hike
Oku-Nikko is located in the northwestern part of of Nikko, a city in the mountains of Tochigi Prefecture, which is approximately 140 km north of Tokyo. Oku-Nikko forms a part of the Nikko National Park and offers a scenic beauty of the mountain landscapes, marshes and lakes, waterfalls, hot springs, wild monkeys, and hiking trails.

Nokogiriyama-saw toothedMt. Nokogiri 鋸山, the “Saw-Toothed Mountain”
Mt. Nokogiri is a 329.4 meters tall mountain located at the southwest part of Chiba Prefecture and lies in the city of Futtsu and the town of Kyonan. It forms the boundary between Kazusa and Awa areas of the Boso Peninsula. It is one of the best day trip from Tokyo that provides good hiking and fascinating scenery but is less popular than those located in the western part of the city.

Mt. Takao - Biwa Waterfall TrailTakao-san 高尾山 Winter Hike
Mt. Takao is one of the most popular hiking spots in Tokyo for its convenient location. It is about 50 kilometers away from central Tokyo. Visitors can enjoy its natural beauty and magnificent scenery all in a day’s trip. Mt. Takao also provides a good hike all year round.

Mt. Takao 高尾山, a natural recreation area near the city
Mt. Takao is located in the city of Hachioji, stands at 599 meters tall and is one of the closest natural recreation areas to central Tokyo. In just approximately an hour away from the metropolis, Takaosan is really an accessible place when one wants to commune with nature.

Mt. Mitake 御岳山, unspoiled nature near the city
Mitakesan (御岳山) is a 929 meters tall mountain and is considered as the most popular sightseeing spot in the Okutama region, the western most part of Tokyo, Japan. It is a part of the Chichibu-Tama-Kai National Park and offers various walking and hiking paths for both new and pro hikers.

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