|Trail Length||900 m|
|1 round||30 min|
Like Trail 2, Trail 5 circles the summit at the middle of which is the Visitor Center.
The trail travels through areas covered by thick stands of cedars, which were planted by Tarozaemon Egawa, a local governor of the Edo period. The cedars named after the governor are known as Egawa Cedars
|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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