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May Fuji Climb

Hi Gary, I hiked from Fujiyoshida to Stage 5 just to snoop around a bit. Want to go from the park entrance to the summit and take 3 days to enjoy it. I can't find average wind chills and wind speeds for May. Can you advise where they can be found? Also is there a site that can link up others who would be making the ascent the same time I am? Night temps would be helpful as well. Any help is appreciated. Thank You, D-Rock. dmrock14 at hotmail.com

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D-Rock,

The only site that I know of that reports Fuji-san wind speeds & temps for various elevations is this one: http://www.mountain-forecast.com/peaks/Fuji-san/forecasts/3776

You might also try posting your question in the "Hiking in Japan" group @ Facebook.

Best wishes...

Gary

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