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寸又峡 夢の吊橋
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静岡県の中部を流れる大井川の支流、寸又川と大間川の合流地点にかかる吊橋、長さ90m、湖面からの高さは8m。

この付近は大間ダムでせき止められたダム湖となっており、普段はその水の色は深い碧さを湛えている。「チンダル現象」の為の碧さが印象的だったのか、このダム湖の愛称を決めるとき、応募された候補の中から決まったのは「チンダル湖」、2002年のことだった。それから10年以上たったのだが、この名称は定着したのだろうか。

残念ながら、今回はあまり水の色がよくない。また、寸又峡は紅葉の名所なのだが、今年は例年よりも色づきがよくないように思える。それでも名所らしく、紅葉見物の観光客がひっきりなしにやってくる。この橋は「定員10名」となっているので、観光客が多い時にはちょっとした行列になることもある。

この橋、足元に敷かれた板は細く、またよく揺れる。渡るときには少々怖い。しかし、橋の中央付近で見る景色は絶景だから、渡る価値は十分にある。ただ、渡り切ったその後には300段以上ある急こう配の階段を登らなければならないので、少々厄介でもある。

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Uploaded: 28/11/2013
Updated: 13/05/2014
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Tags: shizuoka; valley; autumn colour; bridge; lake
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