Hachimantai Snow Corridor and Snowshoeing Through Remaining Snow(Hachimantai Mountain Hotel Nature Guide Station)

Limited time only; Hachimantai snow corridor and snowshoeing through remaining snow

Wear snowshoes and trek through 6-meter-deep snow that remains at the summit of Mt. Hachimantai, one of Japan’s 100 Famous Mountains.

From late April to early May, a snow corridor appears along the Aspite and Jukai lines.

This is the longest snow corridor in Japan (entire length: 27 km). Let yourself be captivated by the world of snow during the harsh winter season.

 ❶ Wear snowshoes and walk through the remaining snow that is about 6-meters deep.

 ❷ Trekkers will be accompanied by a climbing guide from the Japan Mountain Guides Association.

 ❸ During the season (mid-April to mid-May), reservations are accepted until 4 p.m. of the previous day.

General Information

*Includes rental equipment
Snowshoes and poles
(Additional charges for shoes)
Opening Times
9:00am - 6:00pm
Open all year
2.5 hours
Minimum participants: 2
Inquire in advance about assistance in English and Chinese.
COVID-19 Prevention Measures: Avoiding the "3 Cs" (closed spaces, crowded places, close-contact settings), health screenings, temperature checks, disinfecting hands, guidance via audio device.


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