Kashimayari

The area is serviced by eight lifts with a respectable vertical of 720m. The Central-Plaza itself is a great area to base yourself and meet up for lunch with a Baskin Robbins ice cream parlor. From here you can ski in every direction.

Runs
Lifts
Statistics
Walk Up Pricing
Number of Runs

16

Doubles

6

Average Snowfall

7m

Full Day Adult (13-64)

¥5,000

Beginner Terrain

40%

Triples

0

Base Elevation

830m

Full Day Child (6-12)

¥5,000

Intermediate Terrain

45%

High Speed Quads

2

Summit Elevation

1550m

Half Day Adult (4 and under)

¥5,000

Advanced Terrain

15%

Gondolas

0

Vertical Drop

720m

Full Day Senior

(65+) ¥5,000

Longest Course

5,000

Dinstance from Happo-info Center

14.4km

*Prices for 2019-2020 not yet released

Beginners

For beginners, head skiers right for the long cat track down to the mid station. Kids can spend hours on a magic carpet with hoops and slides. For the older kids, there is a good intermediate park at the Nakatsuna base area.

Intermediates

Kashimayari is an intermediate paradise with grooming over most of the resort. If you like going fast then check out the run to the south side of the mid station, the lift might be a little slow but the run is fast!

Advanced

For powder lovers, turn left outside the mid-station building and jump on the No.5 Pair lift. There are a couple of courses through the ungroomed down to mid-station. Be warned that after a few days without snow, this course becomes a serious mogul field. Tree skiing is available from the skiers left on the uppermost lift.

Night Skiing

Yes but only on certain evenings, usually weekends and holidays

International Ski Schools operating on Kashimayari

Kashimayari Ski School (0261-23-1411)

kashimayariTo the south of the valley and serviced by free shuttle buses, Kashmayari is one of the new members to the Hakuba Valley group. Kashimayrai takes its name from the mountain peak directly behind the resort. The area is serviced by eight lifts with a respectable vertical of 720m. Kashimayari has two “base” areas depending on which direction you arrive from. If you are arriving from Hakuba then you will arrive at the Lake Kizakiko base. On the way past the lake make sure you try to catch a look at the ice fishing that happens when the lake freezes over. If you are coming from the south the quickest way is to take the road that cuts through the mountain and ends at the middle station base area, Central Plaza.

The Central-Plaza itself is a great area to base yourself and meet up for lunch. From here you can in every direction. The plaza houses restaurants serving the usual skiers fare including a Sponge Bob Family Space area. The plaza even has its own accommodation, great for getting first tracks in the morning.

A favorite run is to take the 1 Quad lift followed by the 10 Pair lift to the top of the resort. After taking the obligatory photographs, put the camera away and head down the route 1 or route 15 courses. These are fast groomed courses that will make you feel like a ski racer. For beginners, head skiers right for the long cat track down to the mid station.

For powder lovers, turn left outside the mid-station building and jump on the No.5 Pair lift. There are a couple of courses through the ungroomed down to mid-station. Be warned that after a few days without snow, this course becomes a serious mogul field. For the younger kids, the Spounge Bob Snow Camp will keep them happy for hours with a magic carpet, hoops and slides. For the older kids, there is a good intermediate park at the Kizakiko base area serviced by either the No.6 Quad or the No.8 Pair.

Night skiing is available every evening with good vertical from Central-Plaza all the way down to Kizaki Base. Kashimayari is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this season so look out for any events.kashidata