Oze National Park -Hiking Guide-

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The “Oze National Park” is familiar to many hikers, for walking the boardwalks to hiking the whole length of the mountains and covers an area of over 37,000 hectares spanning the four prefectures of Fukushima, Niigata, Gunma, and Tochigi. In the eastern part, sights to see are Lake Ozenuma and Mt. Hiuchi (2356m), and in the west, Mt. Shibutsu and Ozegahara Marsh, the largest alpine marshland in Japan, which create a spectacular mountain scenery. In the area of Fukushima Prefecture, away from this central Oze area, well-known peaks such as Mt. Aizukoma, Mt. Tashiro, and Mt. Taishaku stand side by side, and all are included within Oze National Park.

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Ozegahara Marsh and Lake Ozenuma

from Hatomachi-toge Pass
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Traversing Mt. Hiuchi and Mt. Shibutsu

from Miike
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Hiuchiura-rindo Trail to Mt. Hiuchi

from Miike
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Traversing Mt. Aizukoma and Mt. Chumon

from Hinoemata Village
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Mt. Tashiro to Mt. Taishaku