【Shiretoko · Kiyosato Town】 God's pond snow shoe tour

Hokkaido/Midorimachi, Kiyosato-cho Shari-gun
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Description
A Kiysato tourist association guide will take you to the snow shoe tour of God's ponds. Not possible to access in winter? No, it certainly is! We welcome you to this mysterious pond

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Host name
Suganomata Yasuhiko
We are running the nature guide industry belonging to the Kiyosato Tourism Association. Throughout the four seasons we offer a variety of activity plans in the fields such as Kiyosato, Utoro, Teshikaga, Nakashibetsu and others.
I lot of people don't know what snow shoes are, but they are shoes to keep you from sinking in the snow when you walk over it. Please definitely try them!

Required Equipment
Snow wear,ski wear ,snow boots,knit cap,Towel,and please wear warm clothes
Equipments provided by host
Whole set for snow shoes,nonlife insurance

Eligibility
Over 6 years old
Supported Languages
Japanese

Note
Reservations must be made more than 24 hours in advance (but even if made after this deadline, a reservation is still made on the system, but will not be authorised)

Cancellation Deadline
17:00, 2 days before (Japanese time)
If you cancel your reservation after the Cancellation Deadline, cancellation fee will be applied. Cancellation rate can be checked here
In case of raining
Will not cancel

Meeting Place
Shiretoko-Kiyosatocho UenesaruMidori

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