On March 12 (Sat.), 13 (Sun.) and 19 (Sat.), 2022, I walked around Nagara Bridge, Gifu Park, Mt. Kinka and Gifu Castle. I took photos with my smartphone and recorded GPS logs.
GPS logs were recorded with phyphox (Physical Phone Experiments), a sensor logging application for smartphones. I followed this procedure to record GPS data with phyphox.
1. Nagara River, Mt. Kinka, Gifu Memorial Center and Gifu Castle (landscape)
2. Nagara River and Gifu Castle (portrait)
3. Nagara Bridge – Gifu Park – Mt. Kinka (ascent: Meiso-no-Komichi, descent: Hyakumagari Trail)
Famous phrases including Galileo Galilei’s “And yet it moves (E pur si muove)” are written on wooden boards along the Meiso-no-Komichi. It took me about 1 hour and 40 minutes to walk the route recorded here.
March 13, 2022 (Sunday)
4. Mt. Kinka and Gifu Castle (landscape) : March 19, 2022 (Saturday)
5. Mt. Kinka and Gifu Castle (portrait) : March 19, 2022 (Saturday)
6. Nagara Bridge – Gifu Park – Mt. Kinka (ascent: Meiso-no-Komichi, descent: Nanamagari Trail)
March 19, 2022 (Saturday)