Any English speakers climbing Mt. Fuji on the night of 9/9/2016 on the Fujinomiya Trail?
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Any English speakers climbing Mt. Fuji on the night of 9/9/2016 on the Fujinomiya Trail?

by Li
(Los Angeles)

Hi Fellow Travelers, Hikers, Adventurers,

I am a first time Japan visitor for US and is thinking of climbing the Fujinomiya trail on the night of 9/9/2016. I don't have a hut booked so I was thinking of just climb at a slow pace and getting to the summit before sunrise.

I am a single traveler, know very little Japanese so I was wondering if there are any English speakers thinking of doing the same and would like to climb together?

I am quite active and is a good team player.

Please post a reply or write me an e-mail at: lidmailbox-004@yahoo.com

Thank you and best of luck on your climbing.

Li

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Best wishes!
by: Gary Wolff

Hope you find a climbing partner...

Cheers,
Gary

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