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The summit is 1.7km from the chair lift, climbing up 400metres, will take maximum 75minutes and can be done in less than 60 for the Super fitter ones. 30 to 45mins to come back down. Bring some food & drinks and squeeze everything out in...More
We went here in the first week of June and it was very quiet in the ropeway.
The price signs were only in Japanese but the lady at the ticket off spoke pretty good English. Beware that if you want to go with the second...More
I went in Oct and managed to get the autumn leaves at the base of the mountain and snow at the top. If you are not driving yourself, there are tour bus trips from Sapporo or you can go via public transport from Asahikawa. Great...More
I went up around 9am on 6 Oct, there had been snow 2 days before so there was a fair bit left on the track. I went fairly slowly and it took me 1 hr 40 mins from the chairlift to the summit. It was...More
The chairlift is very restful on a good weather day. Particularly if you've had to fight your way past the hordes of bus tours you've been jammed into the cable car with.
There's a nice not too taxing walk at the top to a proper...More
A gorgeous hike with easy access and well-cared for trail. Once you summit Kurodake, make sure to spend a few more hours summiting other peaks and exploring the area. We spent maybe 8 hours total in the park. The hut made for a nice place...More
This mountain is about2000m.but. u can go by cable car until 1500m.after climb just 500m.but. top of mountain is shave.so,firstly feel long.kakaka.but. view is so nice.
Arrived around late afternoon, took both the ropeway and the chairlift.
Views from the chairlift was fantastic and we were very lucky to have a clear sky.
It got pretty chilly near the end of the ride due to the strong winds despite the sunny...More
Ropeway/cable car goes up every 20mins or so during June when we visited and English language is minimal with lots of misunderstandings about timing so just know the schedule was at 1.20pm and 1.40pm etc... They also told us no snow but boy were we...More
As a ski resort, there is only one chairlift which leads to largely beginner/moderate runs. The real skiing joy is in the backcountry. The trek up to Mt Kurodake and ski down to the chairlift is the highlight. The views up there were outstanding. I...More