This is a refreshing ride along Iwaki River towards magnificent Mt. Iwaki (also called "Tsugaru Fuji") which spreads its beautiful skirts. Tsurunomai Bridge welcomes you at Lake Tsugarufujimiko. It is the longest bridge in Japan, a wooden trait Taiko Bridge. The lake reflects the gently raised arch of the bridge and Tsugarufuji (Mt. Iwaki) on its peaceful surface. This is the real reason that the lake is called "Tsugarufujimiko." You can push your bike across the bridge. It will also be great to take a close look at its elegant shape. Beginners will be able to feel easy and enjoy the course because of its small height difference.
- Required Time：About 2hr.
- Course Type：Round
- Start：Goshogawara Station
- Goal：Goshogawara Station
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- | Distance | 24km
- | Elevation | 13m
- | Maximum difference in elevation | 13m
- | Required Time | About 2hr.
- | Course Type | Round
- | Start | Goshogawara Station
- | Goal | Goshogawara Station
- | Grade | ★★
You can see Mt. Iwaki and the numerous apple fields spread all around.
Farms and fields nestle in rural unsophistication. Feeling the attractiveness calms our minds.
Take the "Green Shower" from the leaves. You are almost at "Lake Tsugarufujimiko."
Take a break at the kiosk in the park. Eat the sweet ice cream as a supplementary food.
It is said that you can live longer if you cross the bridge and loved by many people.
"Tsurunomai Bridge" around sunset. The symmetry of the golden-yellow bridge and its reflection in the lake is beautiful.