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Nishizawa Valley

Mitomikawaura, Yamanashi 404-0201, Yamanashi Prefecture
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Just Beautiful

I hiked with my husband and two daughters (12 and 13). We went with a tour and were given 4 hours... read more

Reviewed May 30, 2016
ralphy1324
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Poulsbo, Washington
Beautiful hike along a series of cascades and waterfalls

This is a 10 km loop trail, first half going up a rugged trail by beautiful rapids, and coming back... read more

Reviewed August 14, 2015
Calico_Cat2
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Tokyo, Japan
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May 30, 2016
“Just Beautiful”
Aug 14, 2015
“Beautiful hike along a series of cascades and waterfalls”
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Mitomikawaura, Yamanashi 404-0201, Yamanashi Prefecture
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Reviewed May 30, 2016

I hiked with my husband and two daughters (12 and 13). We went with a tour and were given 4 hours to do the hike. The tour classified this as an "intermediate level" hike. With that time limit and the challenging terrain the first half...More

4  Thank ralphy1324
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Reviewed August 14, 2015

This is a 10 km loop trail, first half going up a rugged trail by beautiful rapids, and coming back on a dry, flat, easy-walk trail that traces the old logging/stone-mining rail track. The trail by the Fuefuki river is a bit rough, so hiking...More

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Reviewed September 30, 2014

Nishizawakeikoku was located in the place of 70 minutes by bus from Enzan station. It was a relatively simple hiking course.But it was necessary to choose suitable shoes because it sometimes had the ground which gets wet . Nishizawakeikoku features nature.I could enjoy transparent water...More

4  Thank 金子弘貴
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Reviewed September 29, 2014

I took a bus from Enzan station to ’’Nishizawakeikoku Iriguchi.’’ It was about 70 minutes ride, I arrived at a Nishizawa ravine. There were some hiking courses. I walked this hiking course, and I could see many beautiful falls. They were so clear, and I...More

4  Thank 廣瀬智之
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Reviewed July 28, 2014

The water is an unbelievable blue and the hike is challenging but possible for a wide range of ages and abilities. There are many waterfalls and carved granite pools. Wear practical shoes (sneakers at the very least), and a snack and water are recommended. Don't...More

5  Thank Whats4dessert
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