Kazuno Park Hotel
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... had to reach out the side window and grab for the driver's side wiper so I could lift it off the glass and then let if pop back down knocking off the ice. Nice having a small car where just about everything is within reach.
Last lesson of the day,.......when you go out driving in the snow, you might want to have suitable winter footwear :o)
Back near the trailhead is a natural thermal hot springs Onsan (Japanese community hot bath). I didn't indulge this go, but definitely can see it in my future :o) We stopped at the Onsan/Hotel/restaurant for potty break.
It was also fun watching the workers shovel snow off the roof.
... the skies had started to cloud over, so we definitely enjoyed the best part of the day.
The "Mirror Lake" photo can almost be flipped upside down and still look the same. It was pretty cool how still and quiet it was in this winter wonderland.
The day had started out a bit cold since the skies were clear last night, but as the sun ...
... had thinned some giving me a much better view of the many waterfalls.
I arrived early enough the trail was not crowded, but by the time I was heading back the foot traffic and vehicle traffic made it a slow go. I'm not sure there was a single person along the trail that didn't have a camera in their hand. ....OK, there were a couple, but those were ...
... 6 miles from one end to the other. You have to have a full day to do it all and it's best to start REALLY early so you can get alot of it hiked before the Japanese tour groups arrive and create roadblocks as they hike together in groups of up to 30 people. ...the Japanese are very much a rule following society, so they all follow their tour ...
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