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Hiruzen-Kogen Heights Cycling Route (蒜山高原自転車道)


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This biking and walking trail is in the Hiruzen area of Maniwa City. With a total length of 30 kilometers, it seems to wrap around Mt. Hiruzen. The scenery is spectacular, with views of the Hiruzen Three Peaks, Mt. Daisen, and more, for an easy taste of nature. There are bicycle rental offices, and you can even try a tandem bicycle for two limited to the Hiruzen Heights Bicycle Trail. The Roadside Station Hiruzen Kogen also offers children's bicycle rentals, so it's recommended for families.


Okayama Maniwa-shi Hiruzen (Tsuyama / MimasakaArea)

phone 0867663220

Cannot be used during the winter season due to snow

Review of Hiruzen Kogen Cycling Road

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2019/10/12 Pleasant biking throught different sceneries
I liked the course so much that I did it twice. Landscape changes so its more interesting. You go through hills, pastures, fields and down the river. There are many flowers on the way. Take good...
Reviewed:2017/08/21 Good views, good exercize
*I only did a small portion of this bike path, because of time and weather restraints (it was pretty hot that day).

This is a paved path that is dedicated to cyclists. As of August 2017, the...
Reviewed:2017/04/10 stunning scenery
The bike path is well kept, rental bikes are cheap from various hotels/rest stops, and the scenery is stunning - definitely a huge recommendation to anyone who likes cycling!! there are a few hilly...

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Okayama Maniwa-shi Hiruzen [map]
Tsuyama / MimasakaArea
Cannot be used during the winter season due to snow
* Tel connects to Hiruzen Tourism Association.

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