Lake Onuma (大沼) is a natural lake just north of Hakodate in southern Hokkaido. It's a haven for birds, and has some of the most interesting island-dotted shoreline of any lake in Hokkaido. With easy put-in access at the western end of the lake, it's really easy to make this an overnight canoe camping trip. The campground at the eastern end of the lake is easily accessible by car too, if you'd prefer to base yourself there. The active volcano Komaga-take (駒ヶ岳, 1131m) towers in the distance, making for an impressive backdrop. See the full route overview at Hokkaido Wilds: https://hokkaidowilds.org/water/onuma-quasi-national-park-canoeing
Primary Category: Topographic
Language: English, Japanese
Size: 8.4 MB
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