Mount Kita (北岳, Kita-dake) is a mountain of the Akaishi Mountains−"Southern Alps" (南アルプス Minami-Arupusu), in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan.
It is the second tallest mountain in Japan, after Mount Fuji, and is known as "the Leader of the Southern Alps". It is included in the 100 Famous Japanese Mountains. It is located in Minami Alps National Park, near the city of Minami-Alps.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
The nearest mountain hut is Kitadake Kata No Koya located 523m/1 717ft NNW of the summit.
By elevation Mt. Kitadake is
# 12 out of 10903 in the Japanese Mountains # 2 out of 434 in the Akaishi Mountains # 6 out of 306 in Yamanashi Prefecture # 12 out of 11291 in Japan
By prominence Mt. Kitadake is
# 44 out of 434 in the Akaishi Mountains # 33 out of 306 in Yamanashi Prefecture
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