Explore beautiful nature at Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route!

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The Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, known as the "roof of Japan" is a route that passes through Mt. Tateyama and the Japanese Alps. It's transversed by transportation lines: buses, trolleys and ropeways that allow you to enjoy stunning mountain views.

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  • Explore the famous Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, "the roof of Japan"
  • Ride on a variety of vehicles like buses, trolleys and ropeways.
  • Enjoy stunning natural landscapes.
  • Visit the Kurobe dam, with impressive natural and man-made sights

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Takayama bus terminal, Gifu prefecture.

Important Information

-No guide on this tour.
-Meals not included.

What you need to bring

Warm clothing appropriate for alpine weather, even during summer and comfortable walking shoes.

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