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Asahidake Natural Hiking Route, Higashikawa-cho

(4.8/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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  • I walked in snowshoes. Coniferous forests are now very romantic. It was like walking through the woods of snow in Canada or Switzerland.
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  • Asahidake ropeway looking glass station with four ponds and gazebo 5 round I and round is hiking trail is. Though walking is mountain road. Is a stepping stone of climbing down from trekking shoes are required. 1 as at about 1.7 km, 1 hour round is. I enjoy relaxed throat who admire the views while taking a rest on the bench of the Observatory and ropeway station away... so, so. Organization's guide sent from is good starting point for branch had been right to information to round up "mirror pond", but generally left going clockwise. It wasn't felt that special beautiful glass pond, beautiful view from the trenches to a full-length mirror in the clockwise direction pond in my impression. Toilet in the middle of the course. 9/27/2016 wonderful autumn leaves.
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  • It is also affordable hiking considered, the Boardwalk is equipped with many people deprived of food can, slowly and spend time just crows enough attention is required,. Jonah on the bad behavior of Asian tourists,
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