Rishiri-Rebun-Sarobetsu National Park is Japan’s northernmost national park which boasts landscape with varied topography including mountains, flowers, fields, coastal cliffs, marshes and coastal sand dunes.
From early summer through to autumn at Sarobetsu Moor, visitors can discover as many as around 100 species of wetland flora and closely observe wild birds while walking along the boardwalk. With any luck, some rare animals may be spotted. In winter visitors can enjoy experiencing snowshoe hiking.
At Sarobetsu Wetland Center and Horonobe Visitor Center various information including those on nature and history of Sarobetsu are made available throughout the year.
Photo by NPO法人サロベツ・エコ・ネットワーク