As planned we hiked Mt. Meakan-dake (1499 m ASL) and continued to lake Onneto. As the hiking times for Mt. O-Akandake were underestimated we’ve accounted for additional time. However we were surprised to stay in time besides the heavy pack. Reaching the summit, we were enjoing the great vulcanic landscape, with terrific view of lake Akanko and Hokkaido.
At Onneto campsite we stayed for two days before taking the bus to Asahikawa. Here we currently stay for two days, preparing for Daisetsuzuan national park. More on this on the next post.