Trekking

Trekking

Trekking is a great way to enjoy the huge variety of landscapes and natural features Hiroshima has to offer. There are well trodden trails through beautiful mountains and gorges, including the popular route up Mount Misen on Miyajima. Each featured trekking course changes dramatically with the seasons, meaning you can visit the same location twice and come back with a completely different experience.

Taishakukyo Gorge
Taishakukyo Gorge

There are a number of amazing stones on which some strange decorative designs are carved around Hibayama Mountain; that is known as a mythical mountain which is introduced in the Japanese oldest chronicle "Kojiki" as the summit where Izanaminomikoto, who is the mythical goddess giving a birth of Japan, was buried. These amazing stones are lyin...

Sandankyo Gorge
Sandankyo Gorge

This beautiful gorge runs through the mountains northwest of Hiroshima City. The lush greens of spring and the golden hues of the autumn leaves makes this a popular spot for ramblers and nature-lovers love to hike through Sandankyo, enjoying its refreshing greenery during summer and its autumn leaves in fall. There are some breathtaking waterf...

Mt. Hiba
Mt. Hiba

Mt. Hiba, a part of Hiba-Dogo-Taishaku Quasi-National Park is located on the border of Shimane prefecture. There are a series of mountain that are classified into the mountains 1200m at the elevation around Mt.Hiba. The area of the summit is covered by virgin forest of beech trees that is designated as a national treasure, and the beautiful sc...

Mt. Fudekage
Mt. Fudekage

The view across the islands of the Seto Inland Sea from the summit of Mount Fudekage is breathtaking. It is as beautiful as the view from the adjacent Mount Ryuo - thought to possess the best panorama in the Seto Inland Sea. People come to this site from across Japan to enjoy its views and the beautiful cherry blossoms in spring. During autumn...

Mt. Misen
Mt. Misen

You can view the Seto Inland Sea and the mountains of Shikoku from the summit of Mt. Misen. At a height of 535m, it is the highest point on the island. The mountain has been an object of worship since ancient times and the forests on Mt. Misen have been designated as a natural monument. Near the summit, you can find the Gumonji-dojo created fo...

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