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塔ノ岳/とうのだけ/Tounodake trip

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塔ノ岳/とうのだけ/Tounodake trip

 

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塔ノ岳/とうのだけ/Tounodake trip
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塔ノ岳/とうのだけ/Tounodake

  • The trip
    • let google maps plan your trip for going to ヤビツ峠, 神奈川県. Probably involves train to 秦野駅 and then a bus.
    • then: ヤビツ峠 →(1h04m)→二ノ塔→(15m)→三ノ塔→(1h17m)→新大日→(40m)→塔ノ岳→(2h16min)→大倉バス停
    • from there take the bus to 渋沢駅/Shibuzawaeki, from there back to Tokyo
  • Android app 'osmand' knows these locations and pathes in between, but you can mostly walk just by signs. Just at the start, when leaving ヤビツ峠, it's good to use osmand.
  • Train station 鶴巻温泉 is 3 stations far away into direction Tokyo. It has an Onsen near the train station. Not great, but ok.
  • This trip is not for beginners: there is one place where one really can only go down with the help of a chains/rope which is mounted to the rock. When taking time, that's doable, but quite different from “just walking”.
  • seasonal info:
    • In February (I went 2019), there might be snow. The bus is not running until ヤビツ峠 then. Bus line 20 runs just until 蓑毛/Minoge bus stop, one can walk in ~70min to ヤビツ峠. If you do this trip while there is snow, you should bring アイゼン/Eisen with you, so spikes for the shows. I did the trip without アイゼン or sticks, and strongly recommend to not do this.
    • End of March 2021, no snow, light jacket or just sweeter sometimes are enough. The ways are not covered with green by then, trees have just started to grow fresh green.
    • In June (2020, 2021), plants have already grown into the pathes in many places. Also roses with thorns are among these plants in some places, I was hiking with short trousers, but able to walk around the thorns.
    • In mid of August (I went 2018), plants have grown over the way at many places. If you are worried about bugs, wear long trousers and a shirt with long sleeves.
  • log: 2018-08, 2019-02, 2020-06, 2021-03, 2021-06
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japan/tokyo_hiking/tanzawa_tounodake.txt · Last modified: 2021/07/30 01:48 by chris