-To the forest of powder snow and giant trees-
We will guide you through snowshoes to the primeval forest where 300-year-old beech trees are lined up in Urabandai's best powder snow area.
There are signs of wild animals such as antelope footprints and bear claw marks carved on the beech bark, and a forest with the air of the sacred deep forest woven by beech giant trees.
The fluffy powder snow that soars as you walk, and the beech-like giant trees that make your eyes stand out.
Urabandai's winter different place is here.
1. Urabandai's best powder snow area.
2. Feel wild breathing such as bear's claw marks on the antelope footprints.
3. Take a breath of the amazingly large beech tree.
4. One-shoe snowshoe field that staff is impressed every time.
5. All the latest models such as ski wear can be rented free of charge.
|Title||Beech forest Snowshoe trekking|
|Organizer||Natural Biz(Play Consultants Co., Ltd.)|
|Meeting place||Urabandai Lake Resort
Natural Biz Activity station
Yudairayama 1171-1 Hibara, Yama Gun Kitashiobara Mura, Fukushima Ken 969-2701, Japan
|Access||5 minutes from the main hotel in Urabandai
Banetsu Expressway from Inawashiro / Bandai Kogen Interchange via Route 115
National Route 459 (25 minutes)
JR Banetsu West Line Get off at Inawashiro Station-Route bus (Bandai Toto Bus)
Take the direction towards Urabandai Kogen Station-Get off at Urabandai Kogen Station (3-minute walk)
During summer vacation, you can use the shuttle buses around major hotels for free.
The latest models such as snowwear, snow boots, knit hats, gloves, and snowshoe sets can all be rented for free, so you can join with empty hands
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