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view from mt. Kuwagaradake
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群馬県の鍬柄岳山頂からの眺望。鍬柄岳は麓から見ると岩を突き立てたような岩山で、いったいどうやって登れるのか不思議に思ってしまう。しかし実際に登山道を行くと、上手くルートが作られており、設置された鎖を頼りに登っていくと山頂まで行くことが出来る。山頂からはこのように360°の眺望が開けている。

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