Unexpected Rainfalls Brought Some Extra Thrills on the Rivers
This year, Hokkaido has been experiencing one of its driest summer. However, with the recent continuous rainfalls, the Mukawa, Saru River, and Chubetsu River all had a significant amount of water increase overnight. Higher water level means there is more fun on the rafting trips for both the clients and the guides.
Unfortunately, because of the high water level, we had to cancel our canyoning trips. But still, this had to be one of the best days for rafting.