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Manjiro peak at Amagi in Shizuoka 泥だらけの万ニ郎岳@天城

結婚記念日旅行に伊豆に行ったついでに、天城山のうちの一つの山頂、万ニ郎岳にちょろっと行ってきました。

天候には恵まれていたのですが、登山道は荒れていてぬかるんでいて、泥だらけになりました。

We visited Mt. Amagi (Manjiro) for a casual hike on the way to have a short vacation in Izu.
The weather was great, but the climbing path was really muddy.
 


Broken log stair case are worse than no stare cases.
あちこちの丸太階段が壊れてて、むしろ階段ないほうが良い感じ。



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