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Drive and hike; Mt. Jyomine, Mt. Happu (7/20)

Then I drove up to Isawa toge, which has the nearest trailhead to Mt. Jomine.

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This time I visited 5 spots (6 including restaurant.^^) using a car.
1. Jomine-koen park
2. Mt. Jomine
3. Chichibu Kegon-no-taki falls
4. Mt. Happu
5. Hashiba soba noodle restaurant
6. Kami-nagatoro Tsuki-no-ishi koen

First, I vidited Jomine park, where winter cherry blossoms are famous.

The park also has beautiful color leaves forest of various kinds.

From a viewing terrace, I could see Kanryu dam lake below.

A cute kashiradaka in winter cherry flowers.

You can enjoy color leases and winter cherry blossoms at the same time.

Then I drove up to Isawa toge, which has the nearest trailhead to Mt. Jomine.

It was just a ten-minute walk to the peak, where there was a big TV transmisision tower.

The peak is also known to have the 1st class land mark of the Japanese Geographical Survey Institute.

From the middle terrace of the tower, I could have 360 degree view.

Then I drove down to south toward Chichibu Kegon-no-taki.

It was just a five-minute walk to the main fall.

The falls looked gorgeous in autumn colors.

And, I parked at a parking space for hikers near Suisenji temple for a short hike to Mt. Happu.

Color leaves were at their peak on the ridge to the peak.

I was just an hour walk as I hurried a bit.

Then lastly, I visited tsukinoishi park near Kami-nagatoro station.

This place seemed to be a tourist destination, and there were many tourists from abroad.

The backside of the park faced Arakawa river. This place is also known as Nagatoro, or long deep running water though a gorge.

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