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Dakesawa Hutte
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岳沢ヒュッテは標高2150mにある山小屋です。

上高地から約4キロ。

重太郎新道を経て奥穂高へ登る時に通る山小屋です。

過去に大規模な雪崩により全壊したものの再建し、多くの登山者を迎え入れている。

小屋の背後に巨大な穂高の岩屏風が聳え、秋の紅葉も美しい場所だ。

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Copyright: Iwamori Naoto
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
上传: 07/10/2012
更新: 10/10/2014
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