Cycling Mt. Norikura Nyukawa

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Mt. Norikura - Nyukawa


Basic data & ranking

Average grade: 5.3 %

Length: 38.9 km

Height start: 625 m

Height top: 2710 m

Elevation gain: 2085 m

Maximum: 10 %

Mt. Norikura rankings

Difficulty ranking world: 147 (all)
Ranking Japan: 2 (all)
Ranking Japanese Alps: 1 (all)
Difficulty score: 178.35 what?

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Description

Mt. Norikura is a massive volcanic edifice located between Kamikochi and Mt. Ondake on the Nagano-Gifu border. Famed for summer skiiing, the peak affords awe-inspiring views of the Japan Alps.

The Mt. Norikura is situated in Gifu and belongs to the Japanese Alps . Starting from Nyukawa, the Mt. Norikura ascent is 38.9 km long. Over this distance, you climb 2085 heightmeters. The average percentage thus is 5.3 %.

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