Mount Naeba

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Mount Naeba
苗場山
Naebayama2.JPG
Elevation2,145.3 m (7,038 ft)
ListingList of mountains and hills of Japan by height
Location
LocationNagano and Niigata prefectures, Japan
RangeMikuni Mountains
Coordinates36°50′45″N 138°41′25″E / 36.84583°N 138.69028°E / 36.84583; 138.69028Coordinates: 36°50′45″N 138°41′25″E / 36.84583°N 138.69028°E / 36.84583; 138.69028
Topo mapGeographical Survey Institute 25000:1 苗場山, 50000:1 高田
Climbing
Easiest routeHike
 
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This article is about the mountain. For the ski resort, see Naeba Ski Resort.
Mount Naeba
苗場山
Naebayama2.JPG
Elevation2,145.3 m (7,038 ft)
ListingList of mountains and hills of Japan by height
Location
LocationNagano and Niigata prefectures, Japan
RangeMikuni Mountains
Coordinates36°50′45″N 138°41′25″E / 36.84583°N 138.69028°E / 36.84583; 138.69028Coordinates: 36°50′45″N 138°41′25″E / 36.84583°N 138.69028°E / 36.84583; 138.69028
Topo mapGeographical Survey Institute 25000:1 苗場山, 50000:1 高田
Climbing
Easiest routeHike

Mount Naeba (苗場山 Naeba-san?) is a stratovolcano[1] on the border of Nagano and Niigata prefectures in central Honshū, Japan. It is about 200 km (124 mi) from Tokyo. It was active between 200,000 and 800,000 years ago.[1] It is made of primarily andesite.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "NAEBA-SAN". Quaternary Volcanoes of Japan. Geological Survey of Japan, AIST. 2006. Retrieved 2008-12-21.