This is more of a note to myself than anything else. A reminder that the mountains are still there.
Stand pretty much anywhere in Nagoya with an elevated view and look northeast. You’ll see a small mountain range slowly being eaten away by a quarry.
I won’t pretend to know what I’m talking about when writing about the Kumano Kodo (熊野古道) so I’ll keep this
I began to understand that if I wished to continue chasing adventure, then just repeating the same types of expedition
Hanging around a volcanic crater for light that didn’t happen.
First hike of the year. Shakagadake (釈迦ヶ岳) next to Mt. Gozaisho in Mie prefecture was challenging in places with a couple of almost vertical accents and loose rocks but well worth it.
Whenever I’m alone in the mountains, whether it’s cycling, hiking, camping, or just taking photos, there are times when I
I previously wrote about the camera gear I use when bike packing here but since the outdoor activities I do