The total length of the hiking trails in Daisetsuzan National Park amounts to approximately 300km, and one of park’s attractions is that you can enjoy a myriad of routes. At the same time, however, mountaineering accidents, such as becoming lost, slipping and experiencing hypothermia are not uncommon. Please submit a hiking plan that is suited to your physical strength, upon gathering information on the weather and hiking trail conditions beforehand, referring to the Daisetsuzan Grade System, and take action based on self-accountability.
Make a hiking plan that is suited your skills, physical strength, and the condition of the day, and Take time to make plan and prepare for your hiking.
Whatever the time of year, The weather in the mountains unsteady and can change rapidly.
There is the possibility natural disasters such as heavy fog, rockfalls, avalanches, and snowstorms occur and consequently many accidents such as lost roads, distress, slippage, and falls happen at all the year over.
When entering the mountain, be sure to have sufficient equipment and check the weather and route in advance. When the weather is bad, please return back.
The mountains are home to many plants and wildlife. To preserve the landscape and protect the natural environment, do not damage nature, do not step in plants area, and do not take them home.
Also, as it may affect the ecosystem, please do not bring in plants and seeds from other places.
There is no trash can on the trail. Be sure to take the garbage home so that it will not affect wildlife or nature.
Eating food provided by humans weakens the resistance of wild animals and makes them to be make vulnerable to infections. To get used to a person makes them affects eco-system and causes in traffic accident.
Also if you touch them you could be infected with the echinococcosis parasite, so do not touch them!