Hiking time from Kawaguchiko 5th Station to Seikanso mountain hut?
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Hiking time from Kawaguchiko 5th Station to Seikanso mountain hut?

hi gary and everyone. i am not planning climb to the summit. however, i would like to stay a night at the seikanso mountain hut at the 6th station. i would like to enquire whether how long do i need to get from kawaguichiko 5th station to seikanso, and if the difficulty of the trail that i need to hike by (whether do i need any mountain climbing equipment)? thanks.

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Apr 11, 2014
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Only 30-40 minutes
by: Gary Wolff

Greetings! It only takes 30-40 minutes from the Fuji-Subaru Line (Kawaguchiko) 5th Station trailhead to the 6th Station & Seikanso.

Plus, you gain less than 100 meters in elevation, so the trail is still comparatively level at this early stage.

No mountain climbing equipment is needed anywhere on Mt. Fuji.

More info on Seikanso & the other mountain huts on the Yoshida Trail can be found here: Mt. Fuji Mountain Huts


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