Are Mt. Fuji descending trails open until Sept. 11, 2016?
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Are Mt. Fuji descending trails open until Sept. 11, 2016?

by Alex
(New York)

Hi there, thanks for the great overview. Looking at the official site (http://www.fujisan-climb.jp/en/season) it seems the Yoshida descending trail is open until Sep 11 morning which allows for a climb up on the evening of Sep 10. However, there are no such remarks for the Subashiri trail.

I am wondering if you have any insights, as I am hoping to climb up the Subashiri trail on Sep 10 and down on Sep 11 morning? Contact email or phone number for the trails would be helpful if not!

Thank you.

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