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View from Tsuzuraiwa-rock
Tama

When I climbed up on the top of the Tsuzuraiwa-rock, a breathtaking view of mountains was lying in front of me. I spent 2 hours to get there (960 m high above sea level) from the foot of the mountain 400 m ASL). The rock (70 m high)is famous for rock-climbers, but there is no climber on the day. I could reach to the top of the rock via a roundabout route from the east side of the rock. You can see Mt. Odake (1257 m) in the NW direction. I re-uploaded the picture because the former picture has a fault.

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Uploaded: 23/08/2011
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