Ride a unique bicycle on an old railway in Takayama, Gifu!

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Explore the beautiful countryside of Gifu prefecture riding on a bicycle fixed on the old tracks of a railway. Feel the breeze, contemplate the landscapes and enjoy a day out in nature with this unique mode of transportation!

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  • Especially modified mountain bike to run along the tracks of an old railway
  • Unique way to explore the nature and landscapes of Gifu prefecture
  • Enjoy a day out in nature.

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Takayama bus terminal, Gifu prefecture.


Important Information

-There are 2 mountain bikes fixed to the rails, allowing for 2 people to ride together, a third person can ride on a viewing seat in the middle of the bicycles.
-Children must be at least 4 feet and 7 inches (140 centimeters) tall.
-There is no guide on this tour.


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