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Geibikei Gorge

Listed under Canyons in Koshin'etsu, Japan.

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At the bottom of the deep, steep walled Geibikei Gorge is a tranquil pool of shallow, gently running water. This is a popular place for Japanese people to enjoy the changing colours of the leaves.

The best way to enjoy the scenery is on a gondola, however there are several trails that follow along parts of the gorge.

Written by  Eric Hallum.

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