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Hakuba Valley Resorts


With a total of 108 lifts, and skiable terrain of 41,800 vertical metres, the Hakuba Valley is the largest ski destination in Japan and is home to 10 individual resorts. The Hakuba Valley Ticket (All mountain lift pass) allows guests to access all mountains in the valley with a single ticket. To find out more about the individual resorts including piste maps, see the links below:

Hakuba Goryu & Hakuba 47 Winter Sports Park

Hakuba Goryu and Hakuba 47 Winter Sports Park are combined resorts located centrally in the Hakuba Valley. The most popular resort in the Hakuba Valley and the second largest resort in the valley, Goryu and 47 offer a diverse variety of powder runs, terrain, parks, courses, and almost 1000 metres of vertical skiing.

Happo One

Happo One is coveniently centrally located, just 5 minutes from Hakuba Station. This resort hosted the downhill events for the 1998 Nagano Olympics. Happo One is well known for it’s long, steep and challenging piste runs, which cover an amazing 1071 metres of vertical skiing!

Cortina

Hakuba Cortina, located about 20 minutes north of Hakuba Station, is the most northern resort in the Hakuba Valley. Famous for it’s amazing powder snow and off-piste skiing, Hakuba Cortina is a must for the intermediate and advanced skiers seeking a challenge.

Tsugaike Kogen

Tsugaike Kogen is a fantastic resort for beginners and intermediate skiers and boarders, with around 50% of their runs beginner level. Tsugaike Kogen is located 15 minutes north of Hakuba station and receives fewer guests than the other big resorts.

Iwatake

Hakuba Iwatake, located just 10 minutes north of Hakuba Station, is another great resort for the beginner and intermediate skiers, groups and families. If Iwatake’s combination of long wide and easy runs isn’t enough, it also boasts some of the most beautiful panoramic views of the other resorts in Hakuba.

Sanosaka

Hakuba Sanosaka is located about 10 minutes from Hakuba Station, in the southern part of the Hakuba Valley. This small resort is famous for its’ “big air kicker” located at the very front of the resort. Don’t be put off by this though, as Sanosaka is a fantastic resort for the beginners and families as well.

Norikura

Hakuba Norikura, located about 20 minutes north of Hakuba Station and is wedged between Tsugaike and Hakuba Cortina resorts. Norikura is a small resort however when combined with Cortina on the same ticket it makes for a great day of powder skiing and snowboarding.

Jiigatake

Situated at the end of the Hakuba Valley, Jiigatake has gentle slopes ideal for beginners and intermediate skiers. Families and groups who want to try out their new ski gear or practice the basic skills will find the terrain at Jiigatake well suited for them with wide open runs.

Kashimayari

Kashimayari Sports Village is for everyone from beginners to the experienced with 8 lifts and 22 runs. You can enjoy panoramic views of the Northern Alps, Lake Aoki and Lake Nakatsuna from the slopes.
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