Mount Tomuraushi (Daisetsuzan)
View of Mount Tomuraushi from Mount Chūbetsu (August 2006)
|Elevation||2,141.2 m (7,025 ft) |
|Listing||List of mountains and hills of Japan by height
100 Famous Japanese Mountains
|Parent range||Tomuraushi Volcanic Group|
|Topo map||Geographical Survey Institute (国土地理院 Kokudochiriin?) 25000:1 トムラウシ山 50000:1 旭岳|
|Age of rock||Quaternary|
The peak of Mount Tomuraushi consists of mainly non-alkalai mafic rock from the Pleistocene to the Holocene.
On July 16, 2009, eight members of an adventure tour group on a 4-day hiking trek died of exposure on Mount Tomuraushi. Five others from the group were helicoptered to safety. On the same day, another climber died on nearby Mount Biei. The next day a lone hiker was found dead on Mount Tomuraushi.
Media related to Mount Tomuraushi at Wikimedia Commons
- 地図閲覧サービス 2万5千分1地形図名： トムラウシ山(旭川) (in Japanese). Geospatial Information Authority of Japan. Retrieved 20 September 2010.
- "Hokkaido". Seamless digital geological map of Japan 1: 200,000. Geological Survey of Japan, AIST. Retrieved 20 September 2010.
- "10 climbers perish in Hokkaido". The Japan Times Online (The Japan Times). 2009-07-18. Retrieved 17 December 2009.
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