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Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route

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This is an alpine sightseeing route that passes through the Japan Alps with a series of mountains over 3,000 m in height. Visitors can enjoy a series of dynamic scenery by traversing the area in cable cars, ropeways and trolley buses. There are numerous courses ranging from those for beginners to experienced climbers, with routes offering easy hiking to serious mountain climbing. Other than that, along the alpine route are Japan's tallest dam, Japan's oldest mountain hut, Japan's highest altitude station, and a variety of other No. 1 sightseeing spots.
The route offers full enjoyment of the dynamic scenery that nature has to offer during different seasons of the year.

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Street address

Access

Route1

  • <Toyama Prefecture side>
    Tateyama Station (Toyama Chiho Railroad)

Route2

  • <Nagano Prefecture side>
    Ogizawa Station
    Catch the bus from JR Nagano Station (around 100 minutes)

Opening Hours

Closed

Website

https://www.alpen-route.com/en/

Best season

Apr., May, Jun., Jul., Aug., Sep., Oct., Nov.

Point

・Discount passes available for overseas visitors
・Service available for sending baggage between hotels
・Service available for transferring rent-a-cars and private vehicles

Open from mid-April until late November
Spring: ”Yuki-no-otani”snow wall
Summer: Water discharge at Kurobe Dam
Fall: Autumn leaves and the first snow

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