Hakkoda Mountain is a volcanic mountain range located south of Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture, northeastern Honshu, Japan. It includes more than a dozen compound volcanoes and volcanic domes. The highest mountain in Hakkoda Mountain is Odake (Odake, Ōdake), which is 1585 meters above sea level
Hakkō Mountain does not melt until the snow in June, so it is still a natural place favored by ski lovers. The cable car at Hakkō Mountain is as stable as other ropeways in Japan, and it is as reassuring even when crossing the slopes.
It took a day to see Towada and Oirase Hakkoda Mountain ️I could only go the next day. Fortunately, I took an hour’s drive and took the cable car up the mountain. The snow on the mountain is still very thick. It’s all ski lovers. The snow scene is great, the weather is fine and the visibility is good enough
Hakkoda Mountain that went up in April was still snowy. The whole mountain is covered with snow, even in the mid-levels, there is deep snow. If you go in winter, there is probably no other place to go except skiing and hot springs.
Mount Hakkoda in Aomori is not a mountain, but the name of a group of volcanoes [not simple] There are beautiful autumn leaves and white snow in winter, and then it is a good time to enjoy [Linging] alpine plants let here The landscape is diverse and beautiful. It’s interesting to stroll around and observe the wetland all the way. [Cool] It turns into a ski resort in winter, and the rime is rare in Japan. Address: 1-12 Kansawazawa, Arakawa, Aomori City, Aomori Prefecture
I like Hakkoda very much. I go to see the ice trees every year. I asked the local mountain people to drive me there and take me to Hakkoda. The local Japanese once took myself to the top of the mountain and climbed the mountain. The most beautiful scenery in Japan
Mt. Hakkoda, a famous ski resort. However, it can be gone in the summer because the vegetation coverage is too high, the green eyes are too eye-friendly. This is a dormant volcano. No climbing is needed, and there is a cable car to reach the top. The cable car runs every 15-20 minutes. It is a sealed box-like cable car, very safe. Buy your return ticket before going up the mountain! The hike to the top takes about an hour and there are several viewing points on the way. It was a magical experience to see the white clouds floating past in front of your eyes when at the top. As for how to get to Mt. Hakkoda, it is actually very simple. First you have to arrive at Aomori Station from JR Shin Aomori Station, and then the JR bus is right in front of the sightseeing center, and the bus number 11 is. We took the bus at 11:25 and it was very punctual. There are many mountain roads along the road, the scenery is very good and very fresh. Tell the driver where to get off, he will call you when he arrives.