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​Mt. Ontake Private Trekking
(1 night mountain lodge stay)

Welcome to 216WORKS’ home mountain!
Trail up to the top of Mt. Ontake,
one of the 3 sacred mountains in Japan

【From the trailhead of Hida-Osaka 】

The peak area of Mt. Ontake spreads 4 km / 2.5 mi from the south to the north and 2 km / 1.2 mi from the east to the west.  That's said, Mt. Ontake is the mountain of which peak area is the biggest of all mountains in Japan.  There are several trailheads scattered around the foot of the mountain, and one of them is at Nigorigo hot spring area in Hida-Osaka.   

216WORKS, as the professional guide office originated in Hida-Osaka, we proudly make your trekking trip up to our Mother mountain safe, educational and, more importantly, fun. 

The tour will be arranged only for you!

Please share your interest and itinerary with us so the guide can customize the plan as flexible and original as it possibly could be.


For those who are not used to the high-altitude trekking, we will set up an online pre-check meeting on Zoom to give you some tips for the trekking and make sure we have all gear and clothing ready for the day.

【Recommended plan】
1. A 2-day hike to the highest peak, Kengamine,

overnight stay at Gonoike mountain lodge

​2.  A 2-day hike to the Mamakodake, the northen peak, overnight stay at Gonoike mountain lodge


​3.  A 2-day hike to the Marishiten peak to see the Kengamine peak, overnight stay at Gonoike mountain lodge


※Kengamine peak is temporally off limit due to volcanic activity warning level 1 as of July, 2023.

Overnight lodge fee for the participants and the guide is to be covered by the participants.

The booking for the 2-day hike will be confirmed only after the availability of Gonoike mountain lodge is confirmed. 


Minimum price up to 2 people
including tax

JPY 66,000

/ 2 days

JPY 33,000

/ 2 days
per person up to 3 people 
including tax.

No. of

1 to 5  people


May 19 to October 14, 2023.

upon confirming lodge availability.​

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↑Gonoike mountain logde website

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