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|Elevation||2,128 m (6,982 ft)|
|Location||Gujō, Gifu Prefecture
Hakusan, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan
|Parent range||Ryōhaku Mountains|
Mount Haku has been climbed for religious purposes for centuries. One popular hiking route from the Gifu Prefecture side of the mountains to Mount Haku's peak runs through Mount Bessan.
- There is a walking route from Mount Bessan in the north.
- The shortest route originates in Ōno, Fukui Prefecture.
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