I climbed the Mt. Iwagomori, one of the Tsuruga Three Mountains on April 20th, 2019. The course was "Daguchi course", whose trail entrance located in the parking space of "Drive-in Shinohara" and I made a round trip.
The height of the mountain is not that high, 765.2 meters, but it is an attractive mountain that it has stones of various sizes, the varied trail with a beautiful beech forest, the Indian plain with strange rocks, and you can enjoy the wonderful view of Mt. Hakusan in the north, Lake Biwa and Mt. Ibuki in the south, the Tsuruga Bay (the Sea of Japan) below.
There is the parking space for hikers on the opposite side of the road.
Symbol of the Indian plain, "Jaws Rock"
You can see Mt. Ibuki and Lake Biwa.
Glittering white Mt. Hakusan viewed from the mountaintop
*”Hiking in the mountains in Fukui” is a project in which hikers go hiking in the mountains in Fukui Prefecture along the information in a publication of a group of walking in the mountains in Fukui, “Why don’t you go hiking in the mountains in Fukui?”.
I went hiking in Mt. Iwagomori along with information in the 2014 edition.
Publication of the group of walking in the mountains in Fukui, “Why don’t you go hiking in the mountains in Fukui?”
The left publication is 1992 edition.
The right one is 2014 edition (the latest one).