Mount Nokogiri (Akaishi)
View of Mount Nokogiri from Mount Kaikoma (August 2008)
|Elevation||2,685 m (8,809 ft)|
|Listing||List of mountains and hills of Japan by height|
|Translation||(wood)saw mountain (Japanese)|
|Parent range||Akaishi Mountains|
|Topo map||Geographical Survey Institute 25000:1 甲斐駒ヶ岳
This area is in Minami Alps National Park that was established on June 1, 1964. This mountain is also one of the "200 Famous Japanese Mountains". There is no general mountain climbing trail. Therefore, it is difficult to climb it. There is the shelter Mountain hut ("6th Stone-Hut") between this mountain and Mount Kaikoma. The original hut was rebuilt in 2006.
It is on the main ridge line in the northern edge of the Akaishi Mountains.
from the Top
|Mt. Nokogiri||鋸岳||2,685 m (8,809 ft)||0 km (0.0 mi)||200 Famous|
|Mt. Kaikoma||甲斐駒ヶ岳||2,967 m (9,734 ft)||3.4 km (2 mi)||100 Famous|
|Mt. Senjō||仙丈ヶ岳||3,033 m (9,951 ft)||7.0 km (4.3 mi)||100 Famous|
River of source
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