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Looking forward to your report. Doing something similar early March although still tossing up hokkaido. I have a real soft spot for tohoku, so...
Thanks for the TR and video looks like tohoku is fairing ok. Very enjoyable. Seemingly still not too overrun.
Thanks for the update Rob. Doing a March trip this year hopefully there will still be some snow around.
Thanks for the comprehensive report elspike, nothing like a vicarious trip to Japan. Loved it.
CP is a touring gem, the lift assisted is limited but ok. Great for families. Probably under utilised. The new proposed lift up towards Stilwell...
This year so far looks pretty underwhelming and the longer term jma forecast is also a bit meh, above AVG temps and below Avg snow. Surely it'll...
Yep noticed that last year, quite busy. whereas only a few years ago it was soo quiet. Hakkoda/Asahidake the same. Just like...
Ramenman a big thank you for all the info you post on here. I reckon it would be worth a coalescing all the bc stuff under a 'some honshu/tohoku...
I could be pedantic but that's just annoying. Yep above serpentine gorge looking west towards mt sonder at counts point on the Heavitree range....
Yep but the gorge is not in the photo which is taken at approx 1075 metres
No, much further west along the trail
close enough, taken from which 'informal' camp site/ location?
Does this need a hint?
Apologies for the delay. Hinchenbrook is very special.
Taking a stab on the dark Hinchenbrook island Mt Bowen
Yep. Too easy. Taken from the ridge that runs south of the Ghost Hill. Anyone know where that name came from?
[ATTACH] Sticking with local snow theme
Geehi river valley looking up towards jagungal ?
spot on. not a bad spot for a sunset just short walks though. Significant aboriginal location.