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Dakigaeri Valley, Semboku
(4.4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • Very good fall foliage season swinging bridges, caves, little physical strength is required, but leaves the river and beautiful is good the kiritanpo, Yokote Yakisoba noodles to eat at food stalls
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  • For those you have no car is getting a little more difficult! I was driving the train from Tazawako (9:40) after Jindai (~ 20min) on the BHF of Jindai hats exactly zero information as one to the Dakigaeri Valley kommt...oder maybe Japanese? Anyway, I ran then the road to the entrance of the Gorge. Hour and it is there. Just follow the signs. The Gorge itself is only about 4km long. Of course now in the autumn mega beautiful! Worth it anyway. Apparently the way went further earlier that one could make a 14km long circular walk. Unfortunately, the road is closed. Would be awesome if this would set forth again. What a pity. Back the same and at 15:30 the train direction of Tazawako.
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  • On 11 April leaves were at their best. Just fall foliage Festival and out the free shuttle bus from kakunodate, was easy to return. It was through his repeated shrine from the parking lot and stroll along the path of the 30-minute retrospective falls, beautiful colored leaves along the Valley of the mountains, very fun. Partly through suspension bridge on the way to the little thrill. The promenade is the difference between the high and low but the bottom is crowded with comfortable walking shoes is good.
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