Explore the most popular Nature Trips trails in Aomori with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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muddy
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

This trail is tough. We hiked in early November while it was cold, muddy, rocky, and cloudy. Truly a majestic hike however. About 3km in we were above the clouds and stayed in them even upon reaching the summit. Boots and cold weather gear are a must as the temperature can drop 20-30° F during the ascent.

I have completed this hike 4 or 5 times. It is an amazing hike. Remember it is a mountain hike and you must be prepared for a hike and not a light stroll. You will likely encounter some muddy spots, loose rocks, thick clouds and high winds however it is an amazing hike that you not regret. Dress appropriately, wear hiking boots and enjoy. Beautiful views and since it is a loop, you will never see the same sights twice.

Beautiful area that’s super easy

hiking
washed out
2 months ago

lower part of loop below mountains was miles of bog (October). During leaf change there are some great views: but its so damn muddy!

Amazing view at the top of Mt. Eboshi!! It is a tough incline most of the way up, but it’s definitely worth it. Recommend wearing hiking boots with ankle support.

Great for everyone! Very scenic. Good with small children, novice, and even none active people. Parking lot is small but free. Good to go on a week day. Not actually “Hiking” but definitely a great time outdoors. No special gear required, just active ware.

Great place for the family. Camping, swimming and plenty of sites to see!

I love this place!

hiking
6 months ago

This place is beautiful and great for families of all ages!

I love this island. After your hike, explore the shoreline.

Beautiful views at the top and a great walk on the way.

I love this hike! Nothing like walking on the rim of a volcanic crater. Takes between 5.5 & 6.5 hours.

hiking
1 month ago

hiking
6 months ago

hiking
7 months ago

hiking
Tue Sep 25 2018