Dairoku-yama (大麓山, 1459m) is a remote, lonely peak in deep winter. Not many people will stand on its summit in the snowy season. However, this multi-peaked massif is home to a number of remote slopes, most with very well spaced trees, on multiple aspects. Access from the Ningle Forest Management Hut is either long but technically easy (via the Genshi-ga-hara Marsh pleateau 原始ヶ原), or short but technical via a tricky scramble just downstream from the Fudo-no-taki (不動の滝). Here, we cover the short but scrambly route - arguably the closest access point to the northern Dairoku-yama foothills from the hut. See the full route overview on Hokkaido Wilds: https://hokkaidowilds.org/ski-touring/dairoku-yama-northern-ridge
Language: English, Japanese
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