The most memorable moment of my life was in Hokkaido. Ten years ago, my sister and I went to Hokkaido for two weeks as backpackers. One day, we visited the famous Daisetsuzan National Park featuring by snow-covered crater lakes. There were only two ways to get to the crater lakes: cable car or hiking. As two poor backpackers, we chose hiking. In this way, we would have more time enjoying the gorgeous landscapes. In the very beginning, both of us were energized. We could walk for 30 minutes at a breath. However, two hours later, the breath shortened to 10 minutes. At last, we both were too tired to move any step. So we sat down on the trail and started to sing. Suddenly, something went wrong. A strange sound interrupted our singing. It was like a growl. Both of us stared at each other silently. After a blanked moment, my sister whispered, "Do you know nearly 50% of tourists were hit by bears in Hokkaido?" When she finished those words, something was moving slowly in the lower stairs where we had just passed. Because of the heavy fog, we could not tell what the blurred figure was. Again, four eyes stared at each other. This time, we were not silent at all but shouted "BEAR!!!" All of a sudden, energy was filled again. We turned immediately and ran as fast as we could. Less than ten minutes, we were in the summit. It was a 30-40 minutes trip if we walked. Therefore, we took the cable car in the returning to avoid any possible danger. We would never know if the blurred figure was a bear. But this is definitely an unforgettable journey.