Timog Hiking Club


Mount Tsukuba (left) and Mount Kaba (right) as seen from Mount Hōkyō. Wikimedia CC BY-SA 4.0.

:point_right: Visit the Timog Hiking Club Facebook Page :mountain::man_walking:

Activities

Below is a schedule of our past and present activities. We aim to have at least one hiking activity every season (spring, summer, autum and winter).

About us

Timog Hiking Club is based in Tsukuba-Tsuchiura-Ami area of southern Ibaraki. Below is a list of hikes that we can do:

Kung may interes ka sa hiking at pag-akyat ng bundok, pag-usapan natin dito ang iba’t-ibang lugar na maaring puntahan.

Kung may kotse ka, welcome ka sa ating hiking club! Naghahanap kami ng members na may sasakyan para mas marami ang makasama.

Objective :white_check_mark:

To promote a healthy lifestyle and love of nature through hiking.

Membership :people_holding_hands:

We have no list of members. Kung gusto mong sumama sa isang hiking event, register at Timog.net, participate in the discussion, and confirm your intention to join.

Fees :moneybag:

There is no membership fee, although a small transportation fee will be collected when going by car.

Meetings :speech_balloon:

Lahat ng usapan tungkol sa hiking event ay gagawin dito sa Timog.net. Each hiking event will have its own topic for discussion. Kung may tanong ka, ask your questions here.

Area of Activity :japan:

We are based in the Tsukuba-Tsuchiura-Ami area in southern Ibaraki. Ang pinakamalapit na bundok ay Mount Tsukuba, at iba pang maliliit na bundok sa paligid.

Mount Tsukuba area:

Essentials :athletic_shoe:

  1. Hiking shoes: Ordinary walking shoes are okay for easy hikes, but hiking shoes and especially hiking boots offer more protection for the ankle.

  2. Water: For normal hikes, 2L water bottles can be bought on the way at convenience stores.

  3. Obento: Bring your own or buy obento/onigiri at the konbini.

  4. Extra clothes: Bring extra clothes to keep warm, especially in cold weather.

Precautions :ring_buoy:

Hiking is a reasonably safe activity. However, to prevent accidents it is wise to take the following common sense precautions (from the Ibaraki Prefectural Police webpage).

  • Make a reasonable plan based on your physical strength, age, and skill level.
  • Check the clothing and equipment needed for safe mountain climbing depending on the season.
  • Check the latest weather information.
  • Let your family or workplace know about your climbing course and when you will be home.
  • Make sure you have a means of communication such as a mobile phone.

Ito ang planong hike for April 2024.

Hello Sir Reon ako po iyong isa sa kasama ni Rachel… from Ryugasaki po

hello rea, tuloy natin discussion sa kabilang thread: