100 Tallest Mountains of Japan Completed
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100 Tallest Mountains of Japan Completed

by Paul Deckret
(Otari, Nagano, Japan)

Gary, I just wanted to reach out and say thank you as I have recently completed my own personal journey of climbing all of Japan's 100 tallest peaks, which was partially inspired and guided by your site and stories!

Thank you for sharing your passion publicly and providing others with ideas and inspiration.

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Oct 10, 2022
Congrats, Paul!
by: Gary Wolff

Way to go, Paul! I'm so happy to hear of your remarkable achievement and that my site was of some assistance. And thank you for sharing your story.

Please feel free to "Contact Me" by clicking the link in the upper right corner if you wish to add a caption to your nice pic or to add up to 3 additional pics to this page.

Best wishes to you in the future and I look forward to seeing more of your posts in the Hiking in Japan Facebook group.

Happy trails....

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