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New Hirafu Gondola Construction in Gokabe 'Konayuki'
Hokkaido

For weeks now i have been looking up at the mountain checking out the progress on the new Hirafu gondola construction and have often wondered how they have been getting the heavy machinery and materials up there.

Went up there today to check it out - WOAH

There is now a switch back road cut all the way up Gokabe.

Careful riding here early season y'all ! !

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Tags: niseko; hirafu; hokkaido; japan; yotei; construction; sunset
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