Mt. Fuji Solo Trek last Part; the Trail Markers

6-days Revisiting Summer Japan for Mt. Fuji (3,776masl) Solo Trek
August 07-13, 2014

Mt. Fuji Solo Trek 2nd Part; Stormy Night to Summit

MT. FUJI'S NATURAL ENVIRONMENT AND OTHER IMPORTANT NOTES

1. The average yearly temperature at the summit of Mt. Fuji is -6.4'C, while the average temperature in August is 6'C. Be aware that temperature can drop below freezing around the summit even during summer.
2. Mt. Fuji is stratovolcano whose conical shape was the result of layering of volcanic rock and ash expelled during the repeated eruptions.
3. Being the tallest mountain in Japan at 3,776masl, Mt. Fuji can show extremely different weather conditions between its base and its summit. Vegetation on the mountain differes depending on the altitude and a unique vertical distribution of vegetation can be observed.
4. More than 40 species of mammals, 100 species of birds, 119 species of butterflies live amidst the severe weather condition. 
5. It is forbidden to set up camp anywhere in Mt. Fuji.
6. It is forbidden to take plants, volcanic rocks, or other natural features on any part of the mountain.
7. It is forbidden to defecate or urinate anywhere outdoors on the mountain. All bathrooms are eco-friendly. Please contribute 200JPY each time of use.

Mt. Fuji Solo Trek last Part; the Trail Markers

Mt. Fuji Solo Trek last Part; the Trail Markers

Mt. Fuji Solo Trek last Part; the Trail Markers

Mt. Fuji Solo Trek last Part; the Trail Markers

Mt. Fuji Solo Trek last Part; the Trail Markers

Mt. Fuji Solo Trek last Part; the Trail Markers

Mt. Fuji Solo Trek last Part; the Trail Markers

Mt. Fuji Solo Trek last Part; the Trail Markers

Mt. Fuji Solo Trek last Part; the Trail Markers

Mt. Fuji Solo Trek last Part; the Trail Markers

Mt. Fuji Solo Trek last Part; the Trail Markers

Mt. Fuji Solo Trek last Part; the Trail Markers


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