At the border between the Okutama area and the Okumusashi area Mt. Bonore (altitude 969 m).
It is a mountain where a varied trail is impressive, including a walking flow of clear stream through the feet, a mighty valley of Gorj, a walking a rocky walk.
If you want an adventurous trail any longer, I definitely recommend this place.
Hike to Mt.Bōnōre
Bonore Mountain’s hiking course includes very beautiful “Shirayasawa valley” and majestic “Arima dam”.
Furthermore, the final destination of this hiking course is a hot spring so you can relax and go home with natural hot water.
Of course it depends on you whether you enter a hot spring or not.
The altitude of Mt. Bounoore is 969 m and it is located at the prefecture border between Tokyo and Saitama prefecture.
The first half of the hiking course starts from about 400 altitudes and climbs this mountain at once.
The second half of the hiking course goes down the beautiful valley called Shirayatani.
When the valley trail is over, you can enjoy magnificent views of the Arima Dam.
Valley is slippery, so let’s go wearing shoes that are hard to slip.
The total walking time is about 4 hours and a half.
For more information on this hiking route, click here.
Price : 1500 yen per person
Distance : 7.42 km
Private Tour (Your family and friends are OK.)
Difficulty : ★★★☆☆
Language : English, Japanese
Meeting place : Hotel pick-up or Kawai Station (depends on your preference)
Meeting time : It is necessary to arrive at Kawai Station at least 9:00 am at least.
Please read and give me consent before booking for this tour.
Hiking is an inherently dangerous activity that can lead to serious injuries including but not limited to slip and fall injuries, fractures, snake bite, heat exhaustion, poison oak, ticks and frostbite. By participation in this event/hike you agree to not hold these organizers liable for any harm that may come to you, your guests, or your property. Always remember to let the event organizer know if you are leaving the group. Stay on the trail, never hike alone and use your own common sense.