|Trail Length||18.5 km|
|Start from Mt. Takao||5:25|
|Start from Jimbakogenshita||5:20|
A trail extends from the top of Mt. Takao towards the west. After traversing two mountains and four passes, the trail reaches Mt. Jinba. On top of Mt. Jinba is a large statue of a white horse, and the view from the summit at 857 m offers a magnificent, 360-degree panorama of the surrounding areas.
From the Jinba-kogen-shita bus stop at the base of Mt. Jinba is a bus service to the Keio Hachioji Station. On Sundays and holidays, visitors can enjoy a a nostalgic ride on a long, hooded, old-fashioned bus.
A 40-minute walk down the Kobotoke Pass flanked by Mt. Shiro and Mt. Kagenobu towards Kobotoke in the north, will take hikers to a bus service that runs to the JR Takao Station.
Mt. Shiro offers a view of Sagami Lake and the surrounding areas, while Mt. Kagenobu overlooks Hachioji, Shinjuku, and the surrounding areas. The hike from Mt. Jinba to Mt. Takao takes about seven hours. If you want to make this hike, be sure you have sufficient water and food and make a note of the time the sun sets and the time you will need for rest breaks, to ensure you get back on time
|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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