Mount Bandai was chosen as one of the 100 most celebrated mountains in Japan, and it is one of the fundamental attractions of Bandai-Asahi National Park. This mountain has a stature of 1.816 meters and was once called as Iwahashiyama or “Stone stepping stool to the sky”.
This mountain is the well of lava that last emitted in 1888, and the consequence of its emission at that point makes the beautiful region of Urabandai in the northern part renowned for its multi-shaded lake. The southern piece of the mountain is called Omote Bandai by local people called Aizu Fuji (Mount Fuji of Aizu). For the individuals who need to become familiar with the zone and the ejection can visit the Mount Bandai Eruption Memorial Museum which is situated in Urabandai.
There are different climbing trails that can be utilized by both amateur and experienced explorers. The climbing season endures from May to early November when the spot is loaded up with plants and blossoms in spring and summer, and the shades of the foliage are regular in harvest time.
The most brief course is called Happodai which is a generally simple and benevolent way for novices to experience. The path goes through natural aquifers and surrendered lodgings and takes around 2-3 hours to arrive at the highest point of the mountain. The landscape that can be seen 360 ° from the mountain tops is amazing, for example, Lake Inawashiro and the Azuma Mountains.
Notwithstanding climbing in spring to harvest time, there are additionally different ski resorts that serve different degrees of skiers and snowboarders at day off. There are additionally different lines for skiing and snowboarding just as preparing for amateurs.
Notwithstanding visiting the mountain itself, the perspective on Mount Bandai is likewise not less excellent as from Tenjinhama Beach or Inawashiro lake. In winter at Inawashiro Lake there is a well known and intriguing event of guests called Shibuki Gori, a marvel where the lake water sprinkled because of solid breezes, and afterward solidified in the encompassing trees.
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