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Noto Peninsula Guided Cycling Tour

This ride can be done in as few as 3 big days or as many as you
like. This tour is vehicle supported. We can arrange for
pick up and drop off at major airports or cities. The example
below is a 6 day/6 night trip that we just completed. This tour is
vehicle supported. We can arrange for pick up
and drop off at major airports or cities.

TOUR INFORMATION

Ride Area
Kanazawa; Togi; Wajima; Noto; Notojima; Wakura onsen; Takaoka
Local Attractions
Togi beach; Wajima Morning Market; Wajima Urushi Laquerware, Suzu beach; Tsukumo bay; Notojima; Wakura onsen; Kanaya cho, Kenrokuen Gardens; ; Zuiryuji Temple
Riding Season
March through December
Time Required
5-7 days
Subject
First timer; Fit challenger, Competent riders
Number of Participants
Group recommended
Fee
All of our tours are custom built and prices vary greatly on our
customers’ choice of accommodation.
Extras
This ride can be done in as few as 3 big days or as many as
you like. This tour is vehicle supported. We can arrange for
pick up and drop off at major airports or cities. The example
below is a 6day/6 night trip that we just completed.
This tour is vehicle supported.We can arrange for pick up
and drop off at major airports or cities.

Schedule

All our tours are examples and all can be changed to our individual customers needs.

  • Day 1
    70 kilometers – Kanazawa to Togi
    After meeting at Kanazawa Station we have a short transfer by
    van to the shoreline bike path. From here a flat ride along
    the coast with a chance to ride along the beach. Lunch at a
    beach side park before a short stop at the 2000 year old
    Keta Taisha Shrine. Proceeding along the coast for the last
    20 kilometers of the day, we have a bit up down as we start
    to get onto the Noto Peninsula, stop to check out Ganmon Caves
    before dropping down to Togi Town. Spend some time checking
    out the wonderful Hot Spring Facility at your Hotel tonight.
  • Day 2
    60 kilometers – Togi to Wajima
    Spend today riding the Sekinohana coast, Optional hike(seasonal)
    of 5 kilometers along the coast to Minazuki where you will lunch beside
    some beautiful waterfalls before continuing along towards Wajima,
    stopping occasionally to look at some splendid rock formations.
    Tonight we stay at a local Minshuku near the fishing port of Wajima.
    Wajima is famous for it’s Urushi Laquerware and there are some
    wonderful shops to explore.
  • Day 3
    80 kilometers – Wajima to Noto
    A quick visit to the Asa Ichi Morning fish market before we start
    the longest day of trip. Today we will see the terraced rice fields
    of Senmaida, and for those interested a quick stop at the Old Tokukuni
    house to look into an old fuedal lords house. Today we ride around the
    tip of Noto, pass Mitsuke (battleship) island before riding into the
    Tsukumo Bay area. Here we stay for a night at a fantastic location
    with hot springs inside caves and beautiful views from the rooms.
  • Day 4
    70 Kilometers – Noto/Wakura Via Noto Island
    A little climbing into the interior of Noto before we drop down
    and cross to Noto Island were we spend the day riding around
    the island. If we are lucky we may see a pod of Dolphins playing
    in one of the islands many bays. , Tonight we stay at one of Japan’s
    more famous Hot Spring Towns, Wakura Onsen.
    Stay at a Japanese Onsen Hotel.
  • Day 5
    60 Kilometers Wakura Onsen- Takaoka
    After a relaxed start to our day it’s a short ride to the small city of Takaoka.
    Lots of hidden gems along the way today. Heading into town we ride
    through the old Copper wares area . Time this afternoon for a nice
    walk past the Giant Budha and through beautiful Kojo park.
  • Day 6
    Takaoka- Kanazawa
    Today we ride along a riverside cycling path that takes us to the
    edge of the mountains. Here we ride along Yokamachi Street
    stopping to look at wood craftsman at work. At the end of this
    street is 600 year old Zuiryu-ji Temple one of the largest remaining
    wooden structures in Japan. A 20 kilometer ride across a valley filled
    with rice fields and a short transfer into Kanazawa City to end the day.