Sarubo Observatory, Shibecha-cho

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  •  Salvo Observatory parking lot is along the route went about 1 km north from tōro town of shibecha-Cho. The road was being closed, up the slope away from the parking lot, but went to the observation deck.  From the parking lot along the National Highway 2 and started to climb from a 300 m walk. Longer distance than before, still 20 minutes reached the observation deck (there wooden Observatory on the top of a hill). Kushiro Marsh or bog Lakes, far and away, because it was late autumn leaves falling all looked like a clean, AKAN and AKAN volcanic mountain.
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  • Salvo Lookout, one can see the Kushiro Marsh Observatory. From the town of shibecha-Cho Tong Road 1 to advanced 2 km north along the highway parking lot and climbed the mountain about 15 minutes from there so far, the Observatory is. The road rises next to the parking facilities in the past, but this time and closed down the road, State Highway 300 meters further into mountains. We could see from the Observatory, or many Qiantang Lake and wetland swamp and wetland majestic and the snaking in front of Kushiro River. I think 11-fallen leaves grows the trees around the Observatory, compared to the past views trees be interrupted as it has, but the recommended time.
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  • Also I like hiking, mountaineering and was looking forward to walking in the nature in Hokkaido. Salvo Lookout, Lookout Salloum unpaved road. What is ordinary road. Portable toilets in the parking lot. From the parking lot along the road about five minutes walk, from there into the Woods. It was raining on the day before and was quite muddy road. If trekking shoes. Also good without the dirty sneakers worn is recommended. But even Bell. The other person, because I was scared. With binoculars to observe closely the Woodpecker pecking wood. Is turned once to parking or preferred parking in Salurn Lookout and I then visited the Observatory Salvo, but in the end, didn't sarurn Outlook preferred parking. That will look both at once, it's good. Observatory also places around and to be honest, looked at how much wetland and felt too (lol), salvo Observatory charm can Trek! Visit one of fun and I think it does hurt!
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