Mt. Senge in Hayama is a low mountain with an altitude of 89 m.
You can walk the beautiful green trail while feeling the wind from the pleasant sea.
It is a simple mountain that everyone can climb, so if you are in shortage of exercise you will get a good exercise.
Also Hayama is a beach town, so there are plenty of fancy cafés and restaurants.
Why not relax with delicious cakes and coffee after a pleasant hike?
Price : 3000 yen per person
Distance : 6.3 km
Private Tour (Your family and friends are OK.)
Difficulty : ★☆☆☆☆
Language : English, Japanese
Meeting place : Hotel pick-up or Zushi Station (depends on your preference)
Meeting time : negotiable
A Secret Trail to Mt.Sengen
Although it is not well known, Hayama, famous as a beach area, has many trails suitable for running.
This Mt.Sengen is one of them, and you can enjoy a pleasant green trail and an open beach at the same time.
The goal of Morido coast is a lovely beach with beautiful sand and cute shrine.
Fuji and the sunset will be visible through the ocean, so if the weather is nice, you will see a wonderful view.
It is about one hour one way by bus and train from Tokyo.
Even the highest peak is a small mountain of 189 m so sneakers are okay, of course the trail running shoes are better though.
Because it is a moderate walking time for 2 hours, if you are a traveler you can get a good exercise to heal the tiredness of the trip.
Please escape the bustle of Tokyo and relax on the beach with a quiet trail.
Hayama is a famous spot for marine sports such as surfing and sailing.
For that reason there are plenty of fresh fish dishes and stylish cafes.
“CAFE MARLOWE” at the end of this trail is famous for the original Creme Caramel, a cafe with a calm atmosphere founded in 1984.
For more information on this trail, click here.
Please read and give me consent before booking for this tour.
Trail running 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.