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Canyoning in the Kuwaun-nai river
Canyoning in the Kuwaun-nai river
Canyoning in the Kuwaun-nai river
Canyoning in the Kuwaun-nai river

Canyoning in the Kuwaun-nai river

Kuwaun-nai river runs from plateau of Daisetuzan. There is Takinose 13-chou (1 chou =110m) where is flat river bed for 1500m long. Spots of interest Starting point Most important point Takinose 13 chou (long flat river bed and water falls) head part of river good camp site Foding sometimes wading across big river. When


DURATION

4 Days

OFFER PERIOD

Jul - Sep

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Description

Kuwaun-nai river runs from plateau of Daisetuzan.
There is Takinose 13-chou (1 chou =110m) where is flat river bed for 1500m long.

Spots of interest
Starting point
Most important point

Takinose 13 chou (long flat river bed and water falls)

head part of river
good camp site
Foding

sometimes wading across big river.
When it were after rain ,difficult to wading.

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48-hour free cancellation with 30-day advance booking


About the guide: Jun

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Jun

4.90

(21)

Mountain Leader

I wish you a very warm welcome from Hokkaido, the north island of Japan. The dream spot for any fan of powder skiing!
I'm Jun, I'm a JMGA (Japan Mountain Guides Association) mountain and ski guide. I'm also a ski and telemark instructor. I graduated from the Hokkaido University. I have been skiing all around Hokkaido and I know every corner of this incredible island. I'm also an expert in avalanche safety management.
I'm guiding my friends and clients in all the most beautiful places of Hokkaido: Shiretoko (UNESCO World Nature Heritage), Daisetsuzan National Park, Rishiri, Niseko, Yotei volcano, Asahikawa... hiking, skiing and mountaineering.
Have a look to the different tours I propose to have more info on what you can experience here and get in touch with me. I will be very happy to help you organising your trip and guide you in our beautiful mountains. I'm also the director of the Hokkaido Mountain Guides Association (HMGA) which includes around 84 guides.

Languages

Japanese | English

Certificates

JMGA

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What people are saying about Jun

Rick

5.00

This was a really great trip! Jun-san made really our holiday a perfect one. We we're looking for powder and Jun really knew how to find this. Also he was very attent to make sure we were okay all day and we really felt save everywhere we went. Jun, thank you very very much!

Konan

5.00

We had a brilliant couple of days with Jun. At a difficult time in not the best season for Hokkaido, Jun was able to sniff out unexpected powder stashes and we skied some great snow! Really nice guy as well!

Alan

5.00

Jun is an outstanding guide, a true expert in his field. He was attentive to our needs and desires and very ably provided us with a fantastic experience skiing in the Asahikawa area backcountry. I will book other trips with him and highly recommend him to others!

5.00

Jun did an incredible job guiding us through Daisetsuzan National Park. He was attentive, friendly and courteous. His knowledge of the local flora, fauna, and landscape was superb (that rock garden in particular left a deep impression on me). His cooking was superb. And, we felt like we experienced aspects of the Japanese outdoors and culture that are very hard to reach. Andy and I had a phenomenal time.

Taylor

5.00

Jun was a very safe and knowledgeable guide for our one day skiing trip for Yotei. He knew lots about the snowpack and the local wildlife and trees. We felt safe the entire time and really appreciated the pace he went at. Would recommend!

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