As a result, it took one hour and twenty minutes to reach the peak of Mt. Iwaonupuri from the accommodation.
Before checking-out, we conquered the peak, got down to the hillside, soaked our body in the hot spring spa and had enough rest.
I heard from my aunt that bears' craps were found in the stone garden over this trail days ago.
The smell of the craps were getting stronger as I stepped ahead.
This is the trail I jog around every time I come back to my hometown but something was different on that day.
It was so cool in the morning of the day. The spruces and other kinds of trees were breathing and I could feel them exhaling so nice aroma.
Along my way of jogging, a bunches of azalea was blooming in front of a condominium well-maintained. I thought that it was a good sign of hitting road to enjoy an excursion while my wife was on her business jaunt.
Every time I come back to my hometown Kitami City, I jog around the northern uptown facing the south and dash up to this facility that nurtures the plants brought from rain forest in the southern countries.
What a nice scenery it was ! It might be the reward of climbing the mountains but the trekking it self is also fulfill our mind and body with happiness.
We will try Mt. Chisenupuri again in not-so-distanced-future.
The crystallized sulfur in the crater enables me to make gun powder !
This is the place where deities are romping around. Yes, it is called "Kamuimintara" in the language of the indigenous people of Hokkaido Ainu.
A small lake that could not be seen from the lower place appeared between the peaks.