Can you recommend a September day hike in or around Kamikochi?
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Can you recommend a September day hike in or around Kamikochi?

by jackie
(california)

hi Gary!

after researching Japanese hiking, I landed on your blog--and finally have gotten a bit of clarity!

My husband and I will be travelling from Nikko to Takayama--we have 6 days from when we leave Nikko to when we hop on a train in Kanazawa. In those 6 days we would like to spend a day or so in Takayama--and 3 or 4 days doing so day hikes, anywhere from 5 to 10 miles each hike.

We are used to hiking at elevation, but don't want to do anything too difficult this trip (ie, 2000 feet elevation gain at most per hike)

we will have a car for those days. also open to Kiso valley hikes.

thanks so very much,

Jackie

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