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Furepe Waterfall
フレペの滝

  • Specific Nature
  • Outdoor Activities

The waterfall which oozes out of the foot a cliff called‘the tears of a young girl’and flows into the sea

during which it falls from the mountain.

Though not a big waterfall, it is a great sightseeing spot along with the Sea of Okhotsk.

The Shiretoko Nature Center is at the entrance of the trail where we can know something about Shiretoko.

It can also be seen on a ship or a canoe at sea. It is pleasant to come here in snowshoes in winter.

The views of the floating ice seen from the top of the cliff are so impressive.

Tourists can rent tools for activities at the Shiretoko Nature Center.

Access and Getting Around

By cruise

1 hour and 30 minutes from Aurora to Utoro Pier, 4~ 6 cruises per day,

from April 28 through November 25.

On foot

Approximately 20 minutes, 1 kilometer from the Shiretoko Nature Center.

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