​Trekking Information - Around Mt.Azumaya

At Mt.Azumaya, you can enjoy the 360-degree view from the surface of Lake-Baragi.

A variety of natural attractions such as the shore tour around Lake-Baragi and the "Ishidoi-Falls" hiking course that visits the world-famous "Matoiwa-Rock" while listening to the turbulence of Udasawa, as well as a full-fledged Torii-Pass and Mt.Azumaya expedition course Have fun.

Mt.Baragi and Mt.Azumaya Course

Course's degree of difficulty ★★★

Walking Time 6H0M

↓60 min

↑50 min

↓85 min

↑60 min

↓70 min

↑40 min

Torii-Pass and Mt.Azumaya Course

Course's degree of difficulty ★★★ ​

Walking Time 4H35M

↓70 min

↑55 min

↓40 min

↑30 min

↓50 min

↑30 min

↓60 min

↑40 min

↓60 min

↑30 min

↓65 min

↑40 min

Shore tour around Lake-Baragi Course

Course's degree of difficulty ★☆☆

Walking Time 40M

1 lap around 40min

"Ishidoi-Falls" hiking Course

Course's degree of difficulty ★☆☆

Walking Time 1H40M

↓50 min

↑50 min

Exploring Yachidaira Course

Course's degree of difficulty ★★☆

Walking Time 2H0M

↓40 min

↑30 min

1 lap around 40 min

Yachidaira and Mt.Urakura,Mt.Azumaya Course

Course's degree of difficulty ★★★ ​

Walking Time 6H5M

↓85 min

↑70 min

↓110 min

↑70 min

  • Baragi-Lake

    Lake Baragi, a man-made lake with a circumference of 2 kilometers, was built in 1979 and is a treasure trove of natural scenery such as landscapes, flowers and wild birds.

    Get acquainted with the nature of Lake Baragi through boating and fishing, walking along the lakeside promenade and cycling.

    In summer, there is also a campsite on the lakeside where you can enjoy the outdoor life in a fun and safe way.

    Late June, azaleas are in full bloom around the lakeside.

  • Ishidoi-Falls

    It is a 300-meter Ansan bed that forms the Udazawa riverbed.
    It was named "Ishidoi" by analogy to "   Gutter" made of stone.
    Ishidoi Waterfall is a natural monument designated by the village downstream.

  • Matoiwa-Rock and Oniiwa-Rock 

    The ridge leading to the summit of Mt. Azumaya has a dike (Matoiwa-Rock) that is about 150 meters long, about 4 meters wide and about 15 meters high, and has been designated as a natural monument in the country of the Joshin border.

    Also, the columnar joint dike (Oniiwa-Rock), which is 50 meters long and 20 meters wide, is a natural monument designated by the village.

  • Aisai-no-oka Hill

    Yamato Takeru is said to have been named Tsumagoi Village because Yamato Takeru rejoiced his wife Oto Tachibanahime during the eastern expedition and mourned three times in the land of Tsumagoi (Mt.Azumaya).

    Currently, from the origin of this village name, it is positioned as the “Holy Land of Aisaika(Wife-Lovers)” and is working to revitalize the village.

    Every September, we hold an event “Crying Love to My Wife at the Center of Cabbage Field (commonly known as“ Kyabetyu ”)” that screams words that are hard to convey.