Opening of Subashiri, Gotemba and Fujinomiya trails, and the summit rim trail (Ohachimeguri Trail)

Three trails on Shizuoka Prefecture side (Subashiri trail above 5th station, Gotemba trail above 5th station and Fujinomiya trail above 6th station) are to be open on July 10, 2023, which will make all of winter trail closures lifted in Mt. Fuji.

Regarding the opening of Subashiri, Gotemba and Fujinomiya trails

Starting Tuesday, July 10, 2023, the following trails will open (above Subashiri 5th Station, above Gotemba 5th Station and above Fujinomiya 6th Station).
Climbers are requested to plan and climb safely.

[You can see the information of each trail from the link below.]

Opening of the summit rim trail (Ohachimeguri Trail)

On July 3, we inspected the conditions of Mt. Fuji's summit rim trail  (Ohachimeguri Trail). As a result of the inspection, Ohachimeguri Trail is scheduled to fully open on July 10 as only small patches of snow remain on the trail in the Kengamine Peak area (north side) facing the Hakusandake Peak.

  * Toilets on the summit (Yoshida/Subashiri side and the Fujinomiya side) will open on July 10 at 4:00am.

Summit rim trail (Ohachimeguri Trail)
Fully opens on July 10.
   * Beware of falling rocks, as the rocks on the trail are very prone to collapse.

Ohachimeguri Trail partially covered with snow on the north of Kengamine, photo taken on July 3, 2023
Uma-no-se slope, photo taken on July 3, 2023
 * Currently, the iron safety fence near the summit (Uma-no-se) is partially damaged.
 * The fence is not a handrail for climbing, so please do not hold it while climbing.