The ropeway, which takes 12 minutes for a one way ride in the sky, has one of the biggest scales in the world. In spring, azaleas bloom all over, in summer, it is so cool that even the red dragonflies come to escape the heat, and in autumn, you can enjoy the red coloring of leaves from mid October to late November, and the mountain is colored by the dark and light colors of red, yellow and brown. In winter, you will be awed by the beauty of ""frost-covered trees and icefall""!
Mount Gozaisho, which has an elevation of 1,212 m, has many mountain climbing routes, and there are many mountain climbers throughout the year. In winter, there is a skiing ground and a sled section for children. After climbing the mountains or skiing, you should relax yourself in the Yunoyama Hot Spring at the foot of the mountain.
April - November: 09:00 - 17:00
December - March: 09:00 - 16:00
Closed on random days.
*Even on a normal operating day, operation may be suspended depending on weather conditions such as strong wind or thunder storm.
Roundtrip fee for ropeway
0 - 3 years: Free
Child (4 years to elementary school): ¥1,080
Adult (junior high school and above): ¥2,160
Access by public transportation
Approx. 10 minutes by bus from Kintetsu ""Yunoyama-onsen"" Station. Get off at ""Sanko Yunoyama-onsen"" bus stop and walk for approx. 10 minutes.
[Highway bus (only toward Nagoya)]
Approx. 60 minutes by Mie Kotsu's direct bus departing from Meitetsu Bus Center. Get off at ""Sanko Yunoyama-onsen"" bus stop and walk for approx. 10 minutes.
7 places (Foot of the mountain; Mountain-top Station; Sightseeing Lift (Kamoshika Station); Sightseeing Lift [Mountain-top Station (closed during winter)]; inside and in front of Restaurant Azalea)
* Restrooms can be used only during the period when the ropeways are in operation.
1 gondola can hold maximum 10 persons.
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