Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Gorgeous Nature of Hagaromo Falls

Japan's 4th tallest waterfall, Hagaromo Falls is a heart to Daisetzusan National Park. The falls drop 820 feet from a plateau on the lower slopes of Hokkaido's tallest mountains. A second stream plunges parallel to the main stream, the two joining just above the two final tiers of the falls, forming a very exclusive Y-shape not seen in many globally significant waterfalls.

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