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wandern
2 days ago

Beautiful hike! As some others have stated, I’d recommend starting at Kurama instead. If you get off at Kibuneguchi station and follow the trail as suggested the first ~2 miles are uphill on a road with no sidewalk and not a whole lot to see- it was much better taking this downhill at the end. Other than that this whole area is beautiful and completely worth the short trek from Kyoto.

wandern
5 days ago

the cable car is not in service. likely from 6 jan 2020 till 16 mar 2020. certain paths are blocked due to dead fall and such, alternate route were made, make sure to check.

The bamboo forest is unbelievable. I would fully recommend getting there as early as possible as it is a tourist trap, gets super busy.

gehen
15 days ago

I did it a few times, during different seasons and it changes so much that it's worth coming back for another go. Highly recommended!

wandern
15 days ago

We hiked from Kurama to Kifune and loved it! It's probably one of the best I've experienced in Japan. If you can deal with inclines, it's easy. We had a 5/6 month pregnant lady in our group...the reactions from people passing us were awesome :d

wandern
15 days ago

We went to Uji to walk this path without expecting much but man o man were we surprised by its beauty! Highly recommended. Do venture into town once you finish, you will find lots of restaurants. PS It can be classified as stroller friendly IF you have a high end one with large tires and suspension AND can lift it in certain spots :)

ready easy! so beautiful! I did it on New year's Eve Wich is the time of the year when everyone goes to the shrine so it was a bit crowded but definitely worth it!!

Laufen
24 days ago

Moderate run, tough in places with steep gradient and sections of steps. Takes about 1 hr 20 mins to run from Shugakuin station to top and back down again. Fairly easy to follow trail. Interesting track following stream and then through heavily wooded area, with great views. Changes from deciduous to cedar as you go up. Huge sections near top where trees have been blown down but trail cleared or short diversions in place.

Wasn’t anywhere near as hard as I expected so I went off the beaten path on my way back and ended up just walking back to my hotel. Beautiful hike with stunning views. Stairs from the bottom to the top with a couple of rest stops along the way. No view from the top but nice views of the city from a couple of spots on the way up.

Great trail! Waited by the temple at the start for 40 minutes until 830am when it opened only to realize the trail started the next street over and behind the temple. Still managed to beat the crowds! Went through the bamboo forest and then over and up to the monkey sanctuary. Easy hike without much of a climb

wandern
1 month ago

Well marked - we walked from Kibune/kibuneguchi to Kurama and it was a good choice. The food options in karabe were not as numerous or varied as we had hoped/ thought there would be. We took the trolley down which was fine - straight down but not very scenic, it probably cuts 20min off the hike. It would be beautiful to do this as night with the trail lanterns to guide you.

wandern
1 month ago

I was there to see the autumn leaves and hopped on to the Kyoto city bus from Omiya Shijo station heading to Takaosan 高雄 (not the Takaosan 高尾山 in Tokyo) From the Takaosan Jingoji Temple, I walked 4km along the river downstream and it was a very pleasant trail, mostly flat surrounded by autumn leaves. The end of this trail will take you directly to the entrance of the Mount Atago, the ometosando route. The trail was paved very well with all the sign boards of total 4km uphill (1/40 to 40/40, every 100m, there was a sign board, so you won’t loss your direction). Over 80% of the trail were steps going upward and there were also few decent rest areas along the way. Highly recommended to bring water and snacks. It took me 2 hours to get on top of the mountain (924m). There was a large space on top on the mountain where you could have your bento lunch while enjoying the mountain view, overlooking Arashiyama from a distance. I took the same route down as I couldn’t find other routes. Yet there was a fork road which I took and it directly led me to Hozukyo station direction instead of Kiyotaki station. The downhill trail was fun, covered with fallen leaves and sometimes small rocks, it only took me 40 mins to come down where I took a local bus back to Hozukyo station. Overall it’s a great hike, trail route was well maintained and not difficult. There were not many people on the routes and majority of them were locals. Great getaway from hustle and bustle Kyoto touristic spots, even I am also a tourist!

Moderately challenging (generates a sweat for the average person). Lots of shade from surrounding trees, pretty much all uphill hike and coming down. The higher up you go on the path the less tourists you see actually continue (the most crowded part is clearly the beginning section, after that it’s less congested).

Very easy trail, really not even that much of a trial, more of a touristy nature walk since it’s always crowded with tourists. Still, if you’re in Kyoto this is a MUST DO.

wandern
2 months ago

Summer night hiking in Kyoto. I went to Mt. Atago in Kyoto to see the night festival at Atago Shine. So many people in Kyoto walk to pray eight-kilometer pilgrimage route once a year on July 31st. It takes about 3 hours to the top. I stated at 11 pm from Kyoto station and return at 6 am next day. People in Kyoto believe they go to Atago Shine that day and to make them happy and to be peaceful. It's a pilgrimage trip on a summer night in Kyoto.

You can’t miss this walk when visiting Kyoto! Such a beautiful and well kept trail. Plenty of places to rest and grab a quick bite to eat/ drink on the way up. The trail starts busy but becomes quieter the further up the mountain you go. Don’t bother taking photos in the crowded areas down the bottom if you’re going to the top of the mountain. There are plenty of chances for photo opportunities as it gets quieter higher up. Make sure to wear comfortable walking shoes as the incline towards the top of the mountain becomes a bit steep.

wandern
2 months ago

A nice and interesting walk around Uji. It was mostly exploring the quiet streets and sites of Uji while mixing In a short hike up one of the local mountains.

wandern
2 months ago

Randonnee assez sympa a faire et pas trop compliquee. Si j'ai un conseil a vous donner, c'est de ne surtout pas prendre le chemin retour que j'ai pris (celui à gauche). J'y etais en novembre juste apres la periode des typhons au Japon. Le chemin balise etait impraticable a cause de la chute de nombreux arbres, il ne faut surtout pas suivre le chemin qui longe la riviere au risque de se retrouver coince surtout si vous commencez l'ascension tard dans la journee.

A nice walk to the top with plenty of viewing points along the way. Went in the evening time to avoid the bulk of the crowds but it was still very busy (might be because it was Halloween). An easy walk but not very accessible due to the amount of steps, so some people may not be able to complete it.

wandern
2 months ago

Very pretty walk

Just too many people. We took the turn and went through "竹の下道" to the top of the Inari Mountain.

wandern
3 months ago

To get away from millions of people, we took the parameter of the shrine to the summit of Mount Inari. This path is called "竹の下道". The bamboo forest path goes through several tiny shrines with small "waterfalls," which seemed to be closely connected to the community. At one point, the trail forks into two - one to the Mount Inari, and the other one to Oiwa Shrine (I am not entirely sure). From that on, the trail to Mt. Inari becomes switchbacks with natural stairs, and climbs up sharply. We are from Boulder, CO, so we were supposed to be super humans on the sea level, but that was a myth sadly. Here is the website https://tinyurl.com/yxacwuo9 I took one star out as it was hard to take photos without including man-made stuff such as a blue tarp and galvanized steel sheets. I understand that the section is not only the shrines but also the living quarters, and it is not fair to expect the residents to remove things that are necessary for their living, but it was .a bit disappointing. Small shrines are on the private lands, and some do not allow tourists/hikers. So please be respectful.

This is one of my fav things about Kyoto, easy walk!

wandern
3 months ago

Most beautiful thing in Kyoto, very shot walk

wandern
3 months ago

A must do!

wandern
3 months ago

a must do, lovely

wandern
3 months ago

This hike is amazing, once you actually find the entrance. The GPS coordinates are off so beware. I would start at the main location in the town. Don't follow what All Trails has it linked too.

wandern
3 months ago

Netter Ausflug, habe nur vereinzelt Einheimische auf dem Weg getroffen, die mir auch sofort geholfen haben wenn ich Orientierungsprobleme hatte. Der Schrein auf dem Gipfel war so lala, aber der Ausblick dafür sehr cool. Bin beim Rückweg einfach dem Fluss gefolgt und in Hozokyu-Station in den Zug gestiegen der mich wieder nach Kyoto brachte.

wandern
4 months ago

Beautiful mossy forest, can't recommend this trail highly enough

wandern
kein schatten
4 months ago

Beautiful

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