Hakuba Valley Ski Areas

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Kashimayari

To the south of the valley and serviced by free shuttle buses, Kashmayari is one of the new members to the Hakuba Valley group. Kashimayrai … Continued

Sanosaka

On the south border between Hakuba and neighbouring Omachi, Sanosaka is a small family resort with more than initially meets the eye. In addition to … Continued

Hakuba Goryu

The linked resorts of Hakuba 47 .nd Goryu form Hakuba’s most popular hill in terms of visitor numbers. Both resorts can be ridden using the … Continued

Hakuba 47

Hakuba47 The linked resorts of Hakuba 47 and Goryu form Hakuba’s most popular hill in terms of visitor numbers. Both resorts can be ridden using … Continued

Hakuba Happo-one

Happo-One (“oh-nay”) is Hakuba’s oldest, largest and central ski hill. Happo offers a  1000 meters of top to bottom skiing with stunning views of Hakuba’s … Continued

Iwatake Snowfield

Iwatake stands on its own mountain in front of the extended Japan Alps range. Unlike the other Hakuba resorts, Hakuba Iwatake Snowfield, literally drops over … Continued

Tsugaike Kogen

Located about 10km north of central Hakuba but accessible by a number of bus services, Tsugaike rises up the foothills of Shirouma-dake, the mountain from … Continued

Hakuba Norikura

Hakuba Norikura is linked to its neighbouring resort, Hakuba Cortina, which can be ridden using the same pass if you buy the combined resort ticket. … Continued

Hakuba Cortina

At the north end of the valley, Hakuba Cortina Ski resort rises behind the imposing Bavarian-style Green Plaza Hotel with its criss-crossed black beamwork and … Continued
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