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A nice walk for about and hour and a half past lakes of varying from rich turquoise to murky green and a little of red. There is also the option to try row boats on the first lake. We started at Koriyama and took a...More
Amazing place to be as you can truly feel the serenity and pureness of this place. The most amazing part is that you can rent a kayak and take a ride along the lake, discovering some real natural beauty!
Goshiki-numa Walk or "Five Colored Pond Walk," is the most popular walking trail in Urabandai, literally "behind Bandai", also known as the Bandai Kogen(Highlands). It's a group of very picturesque lakes and ponds on a highland plain in Bandai-Asahi National Park, Fukushima Prefecture, about 3...More
Goshiki-numa 福島五色沼was one of the stops during our 2016 Autumn leaf-viewing Trip. We took a lot of pictures at the peaceful lake, bright red/yellow autumn maple leaves and distant mountains. Don’t know why the lake carried a name-“5-colors”.
My wife and I liked the hike so much we walked the 3.7 km trail three times in our five day stay in the area. It can be a bit crowded from mid-morning to mid-afternoon, so if you can try to walk it earlier or...More
This is a very nice hike with views of a number of lakes that have been turned unreal colours of blue and green by volcanic sediment.
The hike itself is pretty easy. It's not a paved path or anything, but it's not difficult.
Beautiful 2 hour walk through the amazingly coloured lakes. Easy public access. Cute gift shop at the other end. Everyone says a quiet friendly 'konitchiwa' to eachother on the walk. Definitely worth a visit. Go early to avoid tourists and midday sun.
You can access these places by local train or bus, but you'd be better off renting a car. Goshikinuma can be accessed by bus, but it's a good 30-45 minute ride from the bus terminal at the train station. Public transport may... More
You can access these places by local train or bus, but you'd be better off renting a car. Goshikinuma can be accessed by bus, but it's a good 30-45 minute ride from the bus terminal at the train station. Public transport may be pretty crowded for the dates you mention, as autumn leaves are at their peak and day trippers will likely be out in droves. Try to get to Goshikinuma early before the tour buses arrive mid-morning. The 3km hike really is quite beautiful, but much more so if you can beat the crowds. Hope this helps. Enjoy your trip!