|Elevation||1,925 m (6,316 ft)|
|Location||Nagano Prefecture, Japan|
|Mountain type||Lava flow, Lava dome|
|Last eruption||0.75 Ma|
The tallest peak of Mount Kirigamine is Mount Kuruma, on which there is a weather radar site. Most of the mountain is covered in grass with sparse bushes and rocks. The south and east sides are suitable for gliding with a narrow landing zone in the vicinity of a parking lot and a huge emergency landing at the west side of the mountain. The southeast cliffs are a launching point for gliders, with winds above 3 meters[clarification needed]. The north part is equipped with ski-lifts.
Vehicle access to the bottom of Kirigamine does not require four-wheel drive but snow chains may be necessary if there is heavy snow.