The longest, and most difficult of the ten. Mizuho no Sato Road has numerous hilly sections so this course is recommended for those looking for a challenge and sense of accomplishment.
80.8km ｜ SEMBOKU・DAISEN・MISATO
Smaller circuit inside the Mizuho no Sato Long Ride Course. Early summer is the best time to ride, where the rare white lavender blossoms can be seen.
23.5km ｜ MISATO
Sightseeing course overlooking beautiful Lake Tazawa. The satisfying distance between
Kakunodate Station and the lake will suit those wanting to take in the scenery over a long ride.
42.3km ｜ SEMBOKU
Full circuit around the azure Lake Tazawa featuring stunning views, sightseeing spots, historic
ruins and satisfying hills.
34.1km ｜ SEMBOKU
Fulfilling sightseeing course including the famous Kakunodate Samurai District.
Perfect for taking your time and breaking up the ride with walking.
38.1km ｜ SEMBOKU
Relaxing ride through the rice fields to the ancient Heian period ruins at Hotta no Saku.
Suitable for families.
20.6km ｜ DAISEN
A peaceful cycle through the rice fields leading into Hanabi Town, Omagari.
Good opportunity to interact with the locals.
27.9km ｜ DAISEN・MISATO
Refreshing course following the riverbank to Kakumagawa.
Enjoy the cool breeze and be sure to bring some water with you.
26.0km ｜ DAISEN
A ride through Rokugo, known for its plentiful springs.
There are many stylish cafes and long-established sweet shops to discover along the way.
27.2km ｜ MISATO
This course is quiet throughout, weaving through rice fields past a tranquil shrine and
sprawling park. Recommended for beginner cyclists.
23.8km ｜ MISATO