I flat Mt. Naka-dake
I flat Fuji Mt. Naka-dake (Fuji Jinno)
Mt. Naka-dake (677m above sea level) in the Airacho Jinno district is called "I flat Fuji" and "Fuji Jinno" from the beauty and becomes the symbol of Jinno.
The starting point of a mountain climb has "zentake" (656m) and two peaks of "Mt. Naka-dake" (677m) near Airacho water purification plant water source.
I continue climbing the slope to the mountaintop. A mountain to arrive at has good view in "zentake" and can expect Kimotsuki plains from Jinno district, the depths under eyes first in the north direction.
I arrive at the Mt. Naka-dake mountaintop when I climb the downhill slope rapid again once to the Mt. Naka-dake mountaintop for approximately 30 minutes.
A wild cherry tree is in full glory neatly in spring.
There is the trekking course over four waterfalls other than a mountain climbing course, too.
Kanoya-shi authorized mountain guide reservation is ... copying from this
Neighboring spot introductions
Shinto shrine in Okawa
Tsuetate teno waterfall
With the name few in the forest road this from there being a mountain trail along Tanikawa, and speculation or a mountain climbing visitor admiring the neighboring scenery, and stopping, and having looked at a stick in old days so. The place name around here is called Tsuetate Hara (I set up stick length).