Key information: Tokachi-Dake
- A superb day walk up this famous volcano in the south of Daisetsu-zan NP.
- Walkopedia rating83
- Natural interest17
- Human interest2
- Negative points0
- Total rating83
- Length: Day walk
- Maximum Altitude: 2,077m
- Level of Difficulty: Strenuous
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Daisetsu-zan NP is vast and gorgeous and Japan's largest wilderness: a huge variety of landscape includes some of Hokkaido's highest peaks, as well as other volcanoes, high empty mountains, plateaux, virgin forests, lakes and wetlands.
The famous volcano Tokachi-dake in the south is a superb day walk, offering outstanding views and extraordinary volcanic landscapes.
This is a demanding walk in remote mountains, with uncertain weather. Come fully prepared. Beware bears in some areas, check out the position.
A section in Lonely Planet's Trekking in Japan gives good practicalities. And a chapter in the charming Trekking in Japan: an Adventurer?s Guide to the Mountain Trails by Paul Hunt.
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