The Ogodo Alps are a series of low mountains located on the border of Ibaraki and Tochigi, 85km northeast of Tokyo. They consist of east and west ridges, less than a kilometer apart, and thus can be combined into a 4-hour loop hike. The two routes converge at Mt Tomiya (365m), the highest point offering a 360° view, one of the many viewpoints on this up and down trail. Most people go by car and park at Ogoto dam; taking a train to Iwase and then a taxi to Tomiyasan Fureai park is also possible. Aim for the spring or the autumn to get the best views and colours. (Text by David Couvreur) Hiking Around Tokyo: A blog about climbing some of the lesser known peaks of the Kanto area by David Couvreur https://hikingtokyo.com/2021/05/07/mt-tomiya-and-the-ogodo-alps Map © The Hokkaido Cartographer Email: email@example.com
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