|Trail Length||2.4 km|
|Ascent time||60 min|
|Descent time||50 min|
This trail starts on the left side of the Joshin Gate. While Trail 4 runs among trees of the temperate zone along the northern slope, this trail travels along the southern slope where there is an abundance of sub-tropical trees and wild plants. Observing the difference in plant distribution between the two trails is another thing hikers can enjoy.
The trail leads up to Takao Omiharashidai, and is almost level all the way to the vicinity of the summit. There are three bridges along the trail. The rich foliage of a giant cedar towering over the first of the three bridges is typical of the magnificent sights one encounters on Mt. Takao.
|Name of the Trail||Toilet||Rest Stop||Length|
|Trail 1 (Omotesando Trail)||8||3||3.8 km|
|Trail 2 (Kasumidai Loop Trail)||2||1||900 m|
|Trail 3 (Japanese Judas Tree Trail)||None||None||2.4 km|
|Trail 4 (Suspension Bridge Trail)||1||None||1.5 km|
|Trail 5 (Mt. Takao Peak Loop Trail)||2||1||900 m|
|Trail 6 (Biwa Waterfall Trail)||1||None||3.3 km|
|Inariyama Trail (Panoramic Ridge Trail)||3||None||3.1 km|
|Mount Takao / Mt. Jimba Trail||7||7||18.5 km|
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