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It definitely looks like a vision of "hell on earth" with the sulfur smells and the steam rising from the ground. There's even a bubbling tar pit-like part of the park. Most people will simply go to the geyser areas, but the entire park is...More
This place is well signed and you will not get lost. There are a few trails here and each one of them takes about 10-15mins to complete. If you hike on all the trails, it will roughly take you 40mins one way to complete. Give...More
I enjoyed visiting geothermal sightseeing spot that oozes slight smell of sulphur.
We parked our car near the Noboribetsu gateway centre. Costs is 500Y and you can park in another car park nearby on the same day.
At the gateway centre, adults and children can...More
Hot sulphurous steam vents in the valley create a mystical view of the area. Good walking trails through the forest to other spots, 20 to 30 minutes, you will get to Oyunuma, a sulfurous pond with a surface temperature of 50C and a smaller, even...More
This place doesn't need any further explanation as many reviews are out there. Hell Valley it is called for its heat that came out from the burning ground and the overall landscape of smokes like hell. Pretty interesting place to visit with some nice spots....More
The sulfur smell is overwhelmed and you could see the smoke/steam flowing out from the hot spring. The track to the foot spa is the one we enjoyed most as the natural hot spring is "pretty hot" and yet you feel really good after a...More
This valley is original sites of hot springs in Noboribetsu existed over centuries with smells of sulfuric gas and hot water from the earth with very high temperature, which is due to volcanic activities.
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advisable to go between 10am to 2pm. the floorboards around the valley can be slippery w snow or rain. other times not recommended due to short daylight hours. bundle up and stay warm as it can b v cold esp if you are not... More
advisable to go between 10am to 2pm. the floorboards around the valley can be slippery w snow or rain. other times not recommended due to short daylight hours. bundle up and stay warm as it can b v cold esp if you are not used to winter temperatures.