Best trails in Inabe Shi, Mie

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Looking for a great trail near Inabe Shi, Mie? AllTrails has 17 great hiking trails, forest trails, river trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Suzuka Quasi-National Park or Biwako Quasi-National Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Gifu Park. Ready for some activity? There are 11 moderate trails in Inabe Shi ranging from 3.9 to 10.3 miles and from 515 to 4,084 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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Map of trails in Inabe Shi, Mie
Top trails (17)
#1 - Mount Ryugadake - Mount Tashita - Magotaone
Suzuka Quasi-National Park
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Length: 11.2 mi • Est. 7 h 31 m
Mount Ryugadake - Mount Tashita - Magotaone (竜ヶ岳 - 多志田山 - 孫太尾根) Starting this tour from the Magotaone ridge to the summit of Mount Ryugatake via one of the peaks of Mount Fujiwara, Mount Tashita. Mount Ryugatake is known for the plain summit and many species of bamboo grasses. In autumn, the silver grasses cover the mountain, which creates gorgeous landscapes. It is also blessed with abundant water and its various waterfalls.Show more
#2 - Mount Suzukita - Mount Oike - Kurakake Pass
Suzuka Quasi-National Park
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Length: 8.6 mi • Est. 5 h 27 m
Mount Suzukita - Mount Oike - Kurakake Pass (鈴北岳 - 御池岳 - 鞍掛峠) Traveling to the highest peak of the Suzuka Mountains, Mount Oike. The area has become a major mountain range for hikers in the Tokai and Kansai regions. It is known for the most spectacular views among the Suzuma mountains. The unique terrains around the summit are called Table Mountain, which is truly stunning. This route commences from Kurakake Pass heads to Mount Oike via Mount Suzukita. Further this route, you can see various scenic sites in the mountain.Show more
#3 - Tenguiwa - Mount Fujiwara - Magotaone
Suzuka Quasi-National Park
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Length: 8.7 mi • Est. 5 h 29 m
Tenguiwa - Mount Fujiwara - Magotaone (天狗岩 - 藤原岳 - 孫太尾根) Hiking to the Tenguiwa Rocks where you can enjoy the unique landscapes of karst terrains via Mount Fujiwara.Show more
#4 - Mount Fujiwara - Tenguiwa Loop
Inabe Shi, Mie, Japan
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Length: 9.8 mi • Est. 5 h 57 m
This trail offers you beautiful views from the summit of Mount Fujiwara and Tenguiwa (藤原岳 - 天狗岩巡り). This trail is deeming with wildlife, so keep an eye out! This mountain is also known for its beautiful wild flowers that bloom during the spring. Some flowers are the Fukuju-so (Adonis ramosa) and Setsubun-so (Eranthis pinnatifida).Show more
#5 - Mount Oikedake - Kurakaketoge
Suzuka Quasi-National Park
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Length: 6.2 mi • Est. 3 h 29 m
Mount Oikedake - Kurakaketoge (御池岳 - 鞍掛峠) Mount Oikedake is the highest mountain in the Suzuka Mountains which is located on the border of the Mie and Shiga prefectures. This trail offers you beautiful scenery from the top of the mountain.Show more
#6 - Mount Oikedake Loop
Suzuka Quasi-National Park
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Length: 12 mi • Est. 7 h 50 m
Mount Oikedake Loop (御池岳 周回コース) Located on the border of Mie and Shiga prefectures, Mt. Miike is the highest mountain in the Suzuka Mountains. It is a mountain trail where you can see beautiful scenery from the peak.Show more
#7 - Mount Fujiwara - Mount Ryugatake
Suzuka Quasi-National Park
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Length: 15.2 mi • Est. 9 h 50 m
Mount Fujiwara - Mount Ryugatake (藤原岳 - 竜ヶ岳) This trail leads you to Mount Fujiwara and Mount Ryugatake in the Suzuka Mountains. It is also located in Suzuka Quasi-National Park. The view from the summit of the mountain is wonderful, and you can also see beautiful wild plants.Show more
#8 - Mount Oike - Kiwadao Winter Trail
Suzuka Quasi-National Park
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Length: 10.3 mi • Est. 6 h 10 m
Mount Oike - Kiwadao Winter Trail (御池岳 - 木和田尾冬登山コース) A winter climbing course to continue to Mount Oike, which is known as the highest peak of the Suzuka mountains.Show more
#9 - Kurakake Pass - Mount Fujiwara Loop
Suzuka Quasi-National Park
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Length: 15.1 mi • Est. 9 h 5 m
Kurakake Pass - Mount Fujiwara Loop (鞍掛峠 - 藤原岳ループ) Hiking on Mount Fujiwara continues to Kurakake Pass and back to the start point. Enjoy walking on the ridgeline of the Suzuka Mountains while seeing the stunning mountain sceneries. Follow the landmarks of pink tape and ribbon to avoid getting lost if you can not find paths.Show more
#10 - Mount Ryugadake - Ugakei Valley Loop
Suzuka Quasi-National Park
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Length: 6.8 mi • Est. 4 h 43 m
Mount Ryugadake - Ugakei Valley Loop (竜ヶ岳 - 宇賀渓) Mount Ryugatake is known for the open summit and many species of bamboo grasses. In autumn, the silver grasses cover the mountain, which creates gorgeous landscapes. It is also blessed with abundant water and its various waterfalls.Show more
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