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Soya Hillside / Soya wind farm / Wakkanai Footpath
Hokkaido

北海道 宗谷丘陵の宗谷ウインドファーム内にある、ウォーキングコース「稚内フットパス - 宗谷丘陵コース」です。

氷河地形の丘陵に風力発電が多数あり、眺めはとてもいいです。

ただ、丘陵だけに、ウォーキングコースとしては、かなり厳しいかもしれない。

Copyright: Tsuyoshi Shimoyama
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Hochgeladen: 01/10/2013
Aktualisiert: 07/04/2014
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Tags: hokkaido; japan; soya; hillside; wind farm; farm; footpath; nature; outdoor
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