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Half Day Izu Kogen Highlands Downhill Cycling Tour

  • Small-group tour ensures a more personal experience
  • Choice of morning or afternoon tour to best suit your schedule
  • Enjoy a cycling adventure that is not too strenuous
Half Day Izu Kogen Highlands Downhill Cycling Tour
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Depart at 9:00 am, return at 1:00 pm
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Depart at 1:00 pm, return at 5:00 pm
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Explore the Izu Kogen Highlands on this guided bicycle tour. In a small group of no more than four people, take the chairlift up to the top of Mount Omuro then, after taking in the view, embark on a downhill bike ride to the Jogasaki Coast, stopping off along the way to take in your surroundings. There's time for a short hike along the Jogasaki Coast before returning to Izu-Kogen Station.

What to Expect

You can enjoy the downhill cycling from Mt. Omuro to the Jogasaki Coast. Your English-speaking guide will take you to not only two of the most popular spots in Izu Kogen (i.e. Mt Omuro and the Jogasaki Coast), but will also take you to some secret locations known only to the local people. This half-day tour is a great choice for tourists who come to this area first time,

The tour will depart from 9:00am or 1:00pm, depending on which option you choose. You will meet at the Mt. Omuro Chairlift at the meeting time.

Once you meet with our guide at Mt. Omuro, you will take the chairlift and enjoy the 360 degree view from the top of the mountain. When the chairlift drops you off, you will start cycling. You will stop at many locations to take in the nature and history, such as the beautiful rice paddy and old shrine on the way to the end point of cycling. After cycling, the tour will terminate at Izu-Kogen Station.

Reviews (11)
1 - 5 of 11 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
Highly customized itinerary and great way to tour the area

I had the pleasure of having Suzuki-san leading us to a wonderful half-a-day tour. First of all, I have to apologize as the tour was put together last-minute because of miscommunication during the confirmation process. In any case, Suzuki san, who speaks fluent English as...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank Ed W
Reviewed 8 August 2018
Terrific cycling tour

Our family with two teenagers thoroughly enjoyed our cycyling half day tour with Sage-san. We cycled in the hot weather but didn’t mind it as it was really interesting! We had come from the hustle and bustle of Tokyo to relax in Ito. The cycle...More

Date of experience: July 2018
3  Thank londonjackie2018
Reviewed 7 July 2018
Very Enjoyable and Interesting Bike Tour

My friends and I did the "Course A" half-day downhill bike tour. Seiji-san was a very friendly and knowledgeable guide who made the tour quite enjoyable. For a small extra fee (less than $5 per person), he drove us from the tour office (near our...More

Date of experience: June 2018
1  Thank Michelle S
Reviewed 1 July 2018
Amazing way to see Izu

My friend and I were expecting to bike for the entire time, but the tour ended up being so much more. Seiji-san was an amazing tour guide. He drives you up to Mt. Omuro first for a chairlift to the top where you can see...More

Date of experience: June 2018
1  Thank welbeok
Reviewed 20 March 2018
amazing cycling tour

My husband and i really enjoyed our cycling tour with Sage san , the route was well planed and mostly down hill while cycling . Sage san was very knowledgeable with lot of interesting information about the local areas . We had a great time...More

Date of experience: March 2018
1  Thank skyThomson
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