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Went on a solo mission in August. Note that buses from Hakusan only come on weekends and holidays in peak season and I'm not sure about the rest, maybe a few other random days. Hiked up in 3 hours and down in 3 too not...More
If u love nature and trekking then this is a good stop. flowers are everywhere and mountain climbers are flocking from august till september. This mountain is very challenging to climb. Rocks and slippery way are few to mentioned why its challenging. it w
Hakusan is easily reached by bus from Kanazawa to Bettodeai, it only runs in the summer. If you attempt a day ascent, you must take the 5.30 am bus. There are 2 mountain huts and a campsite. The climb is direct and steep, in pristine...More
Hakusan is a high mountain locate in the middle of Gifu prefecture, Ishikawa prefecture, and Fukui Prefecture. There must be several paths to get to the peak but I note the way from Ishikawa prefecture side.
In the summer time ONLY, there is a public...More
Haku-san is one of the three holy mountains in Japan and the other two are Tateyama-san and Fuji-san. We got there by car but I imagine there is a bus available. Once you get to the bottom, you take another bus which takes you to...More
Hakusan is one of the three holiest mountains in Japan. The other two are Tateyama and Fujisan. Mt Haku is located in the Ishikawa prefecture and accessed by car or bus. There are several trails that can be found in a web search. It is...More