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Kitayokodake Mountain Peak, Chino

#7 of 9 in Nature in Chino
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  • Has climbed several times from the ropeway Terminal, including spring and frozen Rocky Mountain trail, climbing is required. You should avoid the sneakers is Rocky. In the middle there is the cabin toilet (charges apply). To think it no longer drains, can climb to 2,000 m is one of the few spots.
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  • You can, enters on the trail down to the gondola station, through the small stand on the mountaintop in 1 hour and 30 minutes. Mountain has two peaks, than what peak peak is slightly high elevation. If it's nice weather, looks beautiful peaks of the Southern Alps.
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  • Yokodake Japan Pilatus, good access, so easy to climb it. From now on, flowered summer grasses. She forget the fatigue of climbing. How light is useless, but I served as such, try getting started?
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Chino itself possesses a few accommodations, most of them unfussy hotels with onsite communal bathhouses (using geothermal waters, a real draw of the area), located close to the main train station. Many opt instead to stay at Suwa to the north, where lakeside lodgings are a little more upmarket and well maintained. Alternatively, visitors to Chino choose to stay to the east of the main city center, where hot spring resorts sit in secluded, scenic locations in the highland areas.
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