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切り立った岩壁、天を突くような岩稜、そびえたつ景観...今も残る煙害や山火事の爪痕に見る過去の出来事。それらを吹き飛ばすかのように雄々しく立つ山脈。まさに、日本のグランドキャニオンである。 冬は白雪をその岩肌にまとい、流れ落ちる滝も凍り、大きな氷壁となる。ここは、足尾の北壁、松木渓谷。 松木渓谷へのアクセスは、徒歩のみとなります。 http://www.city.nikko.lg.jp/kankou/ashio/shizen/matugi.html
Copyright: Masahiro Tomuro
Typ: Spherical
Upplösning: 6324x3162
Uppladdad: 12/06/2010
Uppdaterad: 29/08/2014
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