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ヘブンスそのはら展望台 Fujimidai-plateau
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富士見台高原は長野県阿智村と岐阜県中津川市の境界、中央アルプスの南端恵那山系にある標高1739mの山で、ゆるやかに起伏する面積約1,000ha、一面に千島笹の生い茂った高原です。この高原の脇のスキーゲレンデ「ヘブンスそのはら」の最上部へゴンドラ、リフトを乗り継いで行くと、標高1600mのところに展望台があります。

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Uploaded: 02/11/2013
Updated: 06/08/2014
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