Snow Forecast 8 am 17 Dec 2018(local time) Weather Forecast for Mount Fuji at 2252 m altitude issued:
|Past week's weather|
Days 0-3 Mount Fuji Weather Summary:A dusting of new snow. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 1°C on Mon morning, min -9°C on Mon night). Winds increasing (moderate winds from the WNW on Mon night, near gales from the WNW by Wed afternoon).
Days 4-6 Mount Fuji Weather Summary:Moderate rain (total 12.0mm), heaviest on Sat morning. Freeze-thaw conditions (max 4°C on Sat morning, min -4°C on Thu afternoon). Winds increasing (light winds from the W on Thu night, near gales from the W by Sat night).
|Monday 17||Tuesday 18||Wednesday 19||Thursday 20||Friday 21||Saturday 22|
|Freezing level (m)||2300||2200||1450||1250||1400||1050||1250||1650||1250||1350||1700||1900||2050||2450||2500||3200||3100||2950|
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Visitor Reviews of Mount Fuji
Krishnan from India writes:
A big salute first of all to Fuji san.
This is one experience that I will never forget throughout my lifetime. The feeling of bliss and ecstasy of reaching the summit is out of this world. I have been living in Japan only for the past 3 months and having achieved this feat makes me feel very proud.
We were a group 11 and we started the climb at 8:50 pm on 29 July 2011 and reached the 8th station at around 1 a.m. This is the point where people start giving up as it gets colder and the climb takes a toll on you. 3 of our group dropped out here. After a short rest we started our ascend towards the summit and by the time we reached the 9th station it was 3 am. From here on it's just ones will power that takes them to the summit. The peculiar silence and the head lights swaying around with ice cold wind blowing is something that has to be experienced. At 4.30 am we reached the summit and we could see the feeling of kings and queens of the world on everybody's face who had achieved this amazing thing. It was the same with us too!
For all the years to come these memories will remain in everyone of our hearts. A BIG thanks to Japan and its wonderful helpful people.
If you are in Japan, just pack a bag and head to Fuji.
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