Japan

Mount Fuji receives mountaineers again after Covid-19 closure; La Prensa Latina Media/EFE

Photo: La Prensa Latina

The iconic Mount Fuji in Japan, declared a World Heritage Site, reopened Thursday to climbers after having closed all its routes since last summer as a preventive measure against the Covid-19 pandemic. The 3,776-meter-high mountain reopened one of its four main ascent routes and will allow mountaineers to climb until Sept. 10, Yamanashi Prefecture announced, urging potential visitors to take the alteration into account of transportation services due to the pandemic.

Source: Mount Fuji receives mountaineers again after Covid-19 closure – La Prensa Latina Media

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