Asahi-dake

(from the article `Kitami-sammyaku`) The highest elevations occur in the southwest, where the erosion remnant of Ishikari-dake reaches 6,500 ft. Recent volcanoes that rest upon the ...
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Asahi-dake

The mountain is popular with hikers in the summer and can be easily reached from Asahidake Onsen via Asahidake Ropeway. During winter, the mountain is open for use by skiers and snowboarders. Sugatami Pond, directly below the peak, is famous for its reflection of the peaks, snow, and steam escaping from the volcanic vents. ==History== Sulphur was ...
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