Please note: More details on the highest mountains in Japan, including photos, maps,
trail descriptions, and videos are slowly but surely being added to my new website here:

The Highest Mountains in Japan


Mountains, Mountains,
and more and more Mountains

(my lifelong obsession)

“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings.
Nature's peace will flow into you as sunshine
 flows into trees. The winds will blow their own
freshness into you, and the storms their energy,
 while cares will drop off like autumn leaves.”
--John Muir--


The above collage, entitled "The View from the Top of Japan," 
was created & submitted as part of the 800x600 Project,
the brain-child of a grad student in South Dakota several years ago who 
solicited many interesting 8x8 photo collages from all over the world, 
with the requirement that each photo be sized 100x75 pixels and pertain to some common theme.

(another really cute entry in the 800x600 project is entitled "Blue Popsicle")


Photos of some of Japan's Highest Mountains :

          Name       Height           Rank         Date (mm/yy)

Notes:  (1) A more detailed listing of Japan's highest peaks, including pics, maps, & trail descriptions can be found on my new
The Highest Mountains in Japan

            (2) One meter = 3.28 feet
            (3) With the exception of Mt. Fuji, Mt. Ontake-san, & Mt Yatsu-ga-take, which are independent peaks, all of Japan's
                  highest mountains are in either the Northern, Central, or Southern Japan Alps

Photos of U.S. State Highpoints :

Photos of Colorado State 14'ers (mountains over 14,000 ft. high):

Photos of Miscellaneous U.S. Mountains:


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