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The Daisetsuzan Grand Traverse

The Daisetsuzan Grand Traverse is a roughly 80-kilometer hiking route in the Daisetsuzan National Park, going from Mt. Asahidake or Mt. Kurodake in the north to Mt. Furanodake in the south. This route takes you across the vast slopes and plateaus formed by the volcanic activity of the Daisetsu-Tokachi volcanic chain, and lets you enjoy a rich variety of alpine flora and fauna, as well as magnificent natural landscapes that include wetlands, ponds, and rock gardens. Depending on the weather, your stamina, and other factors, the route takes around 5 to 7 days to complete.

 

Hut, Campsite, and Facility Information

  • Location

    Hut

    Campsite

    Toilet

    Drinking water

    Notes

    Mt.Kuro-dake

    Kurodake Shelter

    Capacity100persons

    Fee (donation)\2,000

    Fee \500

    Manned from Jun to Sep

    Sugatamino ike Pond

    (Mt.Asahi-dake)

    Asahidake Shelter

    For emergency use only

    Capacity20persons

    ×

    Disposable toilet booth

    ×

     

    Ura-asahi

    (Mt.Asahi-dake)

    ×

    Ura-asahi Campground

    ×

     

    Mt.Hakuunn-dake

    Hakuundake Hut

    Capacity60persons

    Fee (donation)\1,000

    Fee \300

    ○*1

    Manned from Jun to Sep

    Mt.Chubetsu-dake

    Chubetsudake Shelter

    Capacity40persons

     

    Hisagonuma

    Hisagonuma Hut

    Capacity30persons

     

    Minaminuma Campsite

    ×

    Disposable toilet booth

    ○*1

     

    Futagoike

    ×

    ×

    ○*1

     

    Mt.bieifuji

    Bieifuji Shelter

    Capacity25persons

    Disposable toilet booth

    ○*1

     

    Mt.kamihorokamettoku

     

    ○*1

     

    Numanohara Marsh

    ×

    ×

    ○*1

     

    Buyo-sawa

    ×

    Buyo-sawa Campground

    ×

    ○*1

     

    Mt. Nipesotsu Tengu Col

    ×

    ×

    ○*1

     

    *1 May be unusable depending on the season

  • All huts and shelters except for Kurodake Ishimuro and Hakuundake are unmanned during the summer. Huts do not provide food or sleeping gear.
  • Huts can get especially crowded from late July to early August, and may be unusable when they are full.
  • Camping outside of the designated campsites is prohibited.
  • To prevent Echinococcus infections,always heat stream water or snowmelt to 60℃ for ten minutes or longer or filter the water to eliminate the eggs before drinnkinng.

 

Daisetsuzan National Park Main climbing routes

(with Daisetsuzan grade)

Daisetsuzan grade illustrates the degree of difficulty and other information about climbing routes in the Daisetsuzan National Park.

Main routes all area

Area A Aizankei Onsen,Sounkyo Onsen,Mt.Asahidake etc.

Area B Mt.Asahidake,Mt.Tomuraushi etc.

Area C Mt.Tomuraushi,Mt.Optateshike etc.

Area D Mt.Tokachidake,Mt.Furanodake etc.

 

Route_map_all

 

Route map a Route map b Route map c Route map d Route map all