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Fuji-san, Japan

Prominence: 3776 m, 12388 ft

Elevation: 3776 meters, 12,388 feet

True Isolation: 2076.66 km, 1290.38 mi
Alternate Name(s)富士山
SubpeaksFuji-san - Hakusandake (3756 m/12,323 ft)
Peak TypeVolcano
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)35° 21' 38'' N; 138° 43' 38'' E
35.360638, 138.727347 (Dec Deg)
293513E 3915408N Zone 54 (UTM)
CountryJapan (Highest Point)
State/ProvinceShizuoka-ken (Highest Point)
Yamanashi-ken (Highest Point)

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     Japan 3000-meter Peaks (Rank #1)
     World Country High Points (Rank #48)
     World Peaks with 1000 km of Isolation (Rank #28)
     World Top 100 by Prominence (Rank #35)
     World Top 50 by Prominence (Rank #35)
     Japan Island High Points (Rank #1)
     Asia Range3 High Points (Rank #43)
     World Island High Points
     Asia Country High Points (Rank #17)
     100 Famous Japanese Mountains (Rank #1)
     Japan Prefecture High Points (Rank #1)
     World Island High Points above 2000 meters (Rank #7)
     Asia Island High Points above 1000 meters (Rank #4)
     1500-meter Prominence Peak with Ascents (Rank #44)
     Peaks with Most Individual Summiters-Outside USA (Rank #8)
     Most Ascended Peaks-Outside USA (Rank #11)

Selected Trip Reports from this site:
     1996-07-02 by Greg Slayden
     1996-08-17 by Joseph Hirniak
     1996-08-19 by Will Bender
     1999-10 by Petter Bjørstad
     2001-08-18 by Micah Stiegler
     2003 by James Kaufman
     2003-08-01 by Bill Symonds
     2009-06-06 by Micah Stiegler
     2009-06-10 by Tracy Snider
     2009-07-21 by Paul Nitkowski (Unsuccessful)
     2010-07-06 by Ken Curtis
     2012-05-19 by Matthias Ihl
     2012-08-22 by Jeroen Wanrooij
     2012-09-17 by Rob Woodall (GPS Track)
     2012-09-17 by Adam Helman
     2012-10-08 by Brian Friedrich (GPS Track)
     2013-07-27 by Jason Vogler
     2014-09-12 by Dennis Stewart
     2015-07-24 by Peter Stone
     2015-08-01 by Ryan Phillips

View ascents of peak by registered members (109 total)

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From afar, Fuji is a beautiful pyramid, but the actual summit is a rocky pile on the crater rim, crowned with a radar station (1996-07-02).
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Prominence  Clean Prominence: 3776 m/12,388 ft
  Optimistic Prominence: 3776 m/12,388 ft
  Key Col: Pacific Ocean    0 m/0 ft
Isolation2076.66 km/1290.38 mi
Nearest Higher Neighbor in the PBC database:
    Syue Shan  (WSW)
Isolation Limit Point: 24° 23' 22'' N; 121° 13' 58'' E
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RangesContinent: Asia
Range2: Japanese Archipelago (Highest Point)
Range3: Honshu (Highest Point)
Drainage BasinsIslands-Pacific-Asia
Pacific Ocean
IslandHonshu (Highest Point)
OwnershipLand: Fuji-Hakone-Izu-kokuritsu-kōen
Route #1 Maintained Hiking Trail: Fujinomiya
Trailhead: 2370 m/7776 ft
Vertical Gain: 1406 m/4612 ft
Distance (one way): 5.23 km/3.25 mi
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From Left to Right: Fred, Sarah, Me, and Jeff (2010-07-06). Photo by Ken Curtis.
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Even thou I got a bit ill from the hight we made it all the way round the crater to the top (2014-07-23). Photo by Louise Ekroth.
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The summit of Fuji-san from the northern side of the crater rim (2015-07-24). Photo by Peter Stone.
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