Mt. Dogo, which forms part of the Hiba Dogo Taishaku National Park and borders Tottori Prefecture, is a treasure trove of rare flora and fauna, including many alpine plants.
Tsukimigaoka," an open grass field e at an elevation of 1,000 meters, and the stone piles that remain from the past as remnants of pasturage, stretch from Iwahiyama Mountain to the top of Dogo Mountain.
The Oike Pond is a remnant of the Tatara iron manufacturing industry and a source of water for the Kanna-Nagashi process.
Tsukimigaoka Parking Lot → → Iwahiyama → Junction → Dogo Mountain → Ooike → Junction → Tsukimigaoka Parking Lot
Time required: about 3 hours
Misaka, Saijo-cho, Shobara City, Hiroshima Prefecture