Mount Haku (白山, Haku-san), or Mount Hakusan (commonly referred to as simply Hakusan), is a potentially active volcano. The stratovolcano is located on the borders of Gifu, Fukui, and Ishikawa (which are in Honshu) prefectures in Japan. It is thought to have first been active 300,000 to 400,000 years ago, with the most recent eruption occurring in 1659. Along with Mount Tate and Mount Fuji, it is one of Japan's "Three Holy Mountains" (三霊山, Sanreizan).
There's a trail called 白山別当出合線 leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Gozenso located 724m/2 376ft SSW of the summit.
By elevation Mt. Hakusan is
# 1 out of 137 in Ishikawa Prefecture # 1 out of 21 in Oono County # 30 out of 226 in Gifu Prefecture # 1 out of 325 in the Ryōhaku Mountains
By prominence Mt. Hakusan is
# 7 out of 10903 in the Japanese Mountains # 1 out of 137 in Ishikawa Prefecture # 7 out of 11291 in Japan # 1 out of 21 in Oono County # 2 out of 226 in Gifu Prefecture # 1 out of 325 in the Ryōhaku Mountains
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