Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Hiking in Kamakura

There are several scenic and well used hiking trails in Kamakura.  The one we did today began near the Kita (North) Kamakura Station.

This is the Jochiji Temple.  Follow the road to the left of the temple.  That road will eventually turn into stairs and then into the trail.
This sign marks the hiking course.  There are several of these numbered markers along the trail.
The trail is a lot of ups and downs with many, many roots protruding .

This particular directional sign is near Kita Kamakura, but there will be more of these along the way.

There are several places you can see sweeping panoramic views.  At Genjiyama Koen (park) you may be able to see Mt. Fuji.  It wasn't visible this day.

Not all of the trail is dirt.  There are some sections of paved or gravel road.

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