There aren't many other places to visit. In fact, more places to visit are to enjoy the hot spring hotel. Now that we have come to Hell Valley and Bear Ranch, we still need to see it. Coming back from Hell Valley to the hotel and booking shuttle bus to Bear Ranch, it's very close, and hot spring street is at the end. It's good to walk all the way back from Hot Spring Street and go shopping and eat all the way. When you arrive at Bear Ranch, buy tickets first, support Wechat payment, remember you can use red envelope, so one person can buy one is the most cost-effective. Then take a cable car to see the bear! It is estimated that the dried fish was sent to bear and bear to eat. Bear pasture is not very playable. The only pleasure is to feed bear and bear to eat bear biscuits. Bears fight for food, and in order for tourists to feed themselves, some beckons and some sells. One of their favorite bears will hold his feet and shake like a tumbler. I don't know where to learn the posture. It's really lovely! After seeing the bear, he went on walking and felt that he had come to a small village. The small houses were lovely. It was estimated that when it was hot, he could sell small commodities. Go to Bear Restaurant for lunch. It tastes good. After visiting Bear Museum, continue outdoor activities. It's so beautiful to see the sea in the snow. There is also a viewing platform, we put money with a telescope to see the distance, actually see the opposite cruise ship. There's also a photo spot where we can take pictures of the lake behind us. Two Chinese couples have been taking pictures here for a long time, so we can only take a long view. Generally speaking, it's very natural to come here in winter when it's worth returning the fare.
At first, to go to bear ranch, tickets are still relatively high in Japanese scenic spots, husband is not very willing, as a result, from the beginning of cable car, it feels cost-effective. The cable car is much longer than you think. When you get to the mountain, there are ducks running. You can also spend 200 yen on a small bet. The ducks are very cute. Big bears are also active in winter, interacting with people frequently, and feeding them close to the glass. When riding on the cable car, I found it strange to see a carriage of fish. It was winter salmon for bears. The scenery on the top of the mountain is also superb, in short, the original expectation is not high, to go to a place that really feel worthwhile.
It takes about 7 minutes to climb the 549-meter-high "Dunbie Bear Ranch" by the cableway in the Dunbie Hot Spring, so that you can know more about the bear's life. There are about 1600 Japanese brown bears, the world's largest bear ranch, and the world's only bear museum. You can also watch the lovely performance of brown bears. There are also Ainu villages with heroic narrative poems from Ainu people in Japan to show precious information about Ainu people's history, life and folk customs. The performance of Ainu folk dance is also held every May and October. Ticket admission is 2520 yen (inclusive of tramway and cable car return fee) and business hours are 7:30.18 (October 21, April 20, 8:30.16:30). The rest day is late November. The address is Dengbie Hot Spring in Dengbie City, Hokkaido in mid-December.
The Dunbie Bear Ranch is about 3 minutes from the First Longben Museum, but after buying the tickets below, we need to make a cable car to the top of the mountain ranch. We went in winter and the snowy bear ranch looked very different. Bear ranch is divided into two parts. There are more bears near the intersection and they are more active. Visitors can buy 100 yen of cut apples or 200-300 yen of biscuits and other special food for bears to feed them. They are like good baseball catchers who can eat them as soon as they throw them over their mouths. And it's interesting that the cubs are in good order. Once two cubs are fighting for food, the king of bears will yell and stop them. Next to it is the Bear Museum, which introduces the history and biological structure of bears. The opposite direction to the two pastures is the snow and the cabin in the snow, where tourists like to take pictures of the scenery and take snowmen and play snowball. Everyone here needs less than 2500 yen to come in. It feels a little more expensive, but overall it's quite good.
On the afternoon of June 2, 2018, I went to Dengbie Bear Ranch in Hokkaido for a visit. Bear Ranch is located in the middle of Dengbie Hot Spring Town and Daonan Bus Distribution Center. Walking along the path, you can see an abandoned cable car at a glance. Up the hillside from the BEAR PARK sign on the left, there is a large parking lot and ticket office in Bear Ranch. Ticket 2592 yen per person. (Pay attention to the business hours and cable car ticket purchase time, 4/1-6/30, 10/1-1/31 business hours 16:30, cable car ticket purchase time 15:50, 7/1-9/30 delayed about half an hour). It takes less than 5 minutes to get to the top of the main mountain by cable car. There are first and second pastures and bear corridors, Duck Race gardens, high-altitude photo prospects, squirrel villages and so on. We watched a bear show at 3 p.m. The outlook points can overlook the Pacific Ocean, the bathtub, the room orchid and other landscapes.
Farewell to Hell Valley is very close, need to take a cable car to go up, bear ranch is not big, but you can see the Hokkaido brown bear, female bear in the second ranch, will be very charming to tourists, the male bear in the first ranch is a bit dull, you can also watch the bear sleep fighting and selling germination, duck and puppy performance, although the ranch is small and enjoyable.
The entrance is just across the 711 ramp of Hot Spring Street. It's a long climb to the entrance of the cable car. There are scenery and dried fish cars on the cable car. After climbing the mountain, there are the first pasture and the second pasture, Duck Race walking, puppy show, Bear Museum and viewing platform. The place is not big but interesting. Bear biscuits are 100 packs of salmon biscuits and 300 packs of bears are doing their best to eat.
Dunbie Bear Ranch, near Hell Valley, is a bear farm, where bears are raised in captivity at different ages, adult bears perform, greet people, buy their own food when they enter the door, a pack of 100 yen. When they are fed, the bears look funny. Some old bears are used to feeding, and only food to their mouths can be received. The rest are not. Really, the lazy look is so cute that almost all the tourists will come here to bear, and the catchphrase "Bear Attention" comes from here.
The Bear Museum is inside the Bear Ranch. On the first floor is the restaurant, and on the second floor is the museum. After lunch in the dining room, we go to the museum. There are many bear specimens and introductions. The museum is a bit rude. After all, the ticket is only 150 or so, and it also includes the money to stop and stop the car. Museum is suitable for eating after meals. Cataract surgery for bears and bears is still very promising! ___________
I have to admire the Japanese attitude toward the extreme, so many bear tricks. You can play the First Bear Ranch, watch bears eat indoors, play the Second Bear Ranch, see how bears outdoors play coquettishly and ask tourists for food, watch bear training at two o'clock, watch duck competitions and bet on them, draw lots to get pictures with little bears, or choose to settle lunch in the canteen. Of course, the cable car itself is one of the characteristics, if you are lucky, you can sit in the car carefully prepared.