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which rustles the Kali Konto. Through this paradise the road leads to Ngantang, ascending and descending, winding around the rocks and hill-slopes at the foot of the Kawi Mountains, the Pardorg Klakah and Darawati. The finest fails on this road are those of TrA tA s and Kedong Redjo.
LAWANG is situated at 1635 feet above sea level on the railway from Sourabaya to Malang. It is quite a small place, but is chiefly interesting for its lovely surroundings. It is the starting-point for tourists who wish to visit the health resort, Nongko Djadjar, or who want to go to Tosari via Nongko Djadjar. Tosari can also be reached from Sourabaya via Pasoeroean. The tourist goes by rail as far as Pasoeroean, thence per trap via Pasrepan to Poespo (Hotel Poespo), and from there on horse-back or per sedan chair to Tosari. The road from Pasoeroean to Poespo is in very good condition ; past Pas-peran it has m any grades and curves, and is a lovely mountain road.
Poespo is situated at 2500 feet above sea level. It is the acclimatisation station for the Sanatorium Tosari,
and affords a lovely
Mount Welirang, The Stone Field.
view of the plain.
The road from Poespo to Tosari leads through a beautiful region, past vertiginous ravines bordered with tjemara trees which have some resemblance to fir trees.
TOSARI, at 6000 leet above sea level, is often called the Paradise of the East. Numerous excursions can be made in the vicinity of Tosari, and good walkers can make several trips on loot in this delightfully cool climate.
We mention the walk by the "Lever-Mountain Brook, near Tosari. laantje, " past charming