Mt.Komagadake(駒ヶ岳 1,131m)

 Guide
 Mt.Komagadake (駒ヶ岳) is an active stratovolcano in the Onuma Quasi-national Park. Mt.Komagadake is composed of Mt.Kengamine(剣ヶ峯1,131m) , Mt.saharadake(砂原岳1,112.2m) and Mt.Sumidamori(隅田盛892m). As Mt.Kengamine is a head of horse, main ridge is the body of horse, it was named Mt.Komagadake in japanese. Koma means horse. Climbing is the end in the main ridge called "Umanose(890m)",because volcanic activity of the mountain is so active. From the Main ridge you will be overlooking the Onuma pond.
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The corse takes about 1hour to hike up to the summit,
and 45mins for the return tirp.
Mt.Kengamine
Mt.Kengamine
Mt.Kengamine
the main ridge called "Umanose(890m)"
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                  Mt.Maruyama       Mt.Kengamine
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Mt.saharadake
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Mt.Sumidamori         Mt.Yokotudake          Onuma Pond       Konuma Pond
Onuma Pond and Mt.komagadake

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