Mount Maya - Access

Access

There are a lot of ways to reach to the peak of the mountain. These routes are by cableway and rope way:

  • Maya Cable Shita – (Maya Cable) - Niji no Eki – (Maya Ropeway) – Hoshi no Eki
  • Rokko Cable Shita – (Rokko Cableway) – Rokko Sanjo – (Rokko Maya Sky-Shuttle Bus) – Mount Maya
  • Kitano Itchome - (Shinkobe Ropeway) – Nunobiki Hurb Garden – (Walk) – Mount Maya
  • Shin-Kobe Station – (Walk: Kyumayado - Gakko Rindo - Tengumichi) – Mount Maya
  • Maya Cable Shita – (Walk: Uenomichi) – Mount Maya

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