Midagahara has a different face for each season.Enjoy experiences that only a mountain has to offer, such as trekking, stargazing, autumn leave viewing, and more.Each trip offers a brand new experience.
springspringApril – June
One of Midagahara spring delights is to put on snowshoes or cross-country skis and trek out over the snow.
About 5 m - 7 m of snow builds up in Midagahara in the average year.
You will be able to walk on courses only available when there is snow. If there is snow on tall trees, you can see the treetops right before your eyes.
It is also fun to search for the tracks of rabbits and other animals.
By June, the snow will melt enough for guests to walk on the boardwalk.
Alpine plants will also begin to flower.
The period from July to August is the best time to see alpine plants such as daylilies, avens, miyama-kin-bai, Tateyama gentian, and white hellebore.
autumnAutumnSeptember - October
In late September, the green of the mountains slowly begins to change its color. By the start of October, riders of the Highland Bus will see the new colors in the trees: the red of Japanese rowans and the yellow of the maples.
The wetlands are dyed orange, accented by glittering, mirror-like ponds that dot the wetland surface.
The pure-white canvas will transform with the passing of time.
It never shows the same face twice.
Midagahara Climate & Sightseeing Calendar