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Hoshino Resorts TOMAMU

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Chair Lifts Chair Lifts
Single 0 Double 2
Triple 0 Quad 3
5 + 0 Gondola 1
Terrain Terrain
Vertical Graph 1239m % Beginner 35
670m % Intermediate 50
569m % Advanced 15
Ski season Ski Season
Start Late November End Early April
Courses Courses
Courses 29 Longest Course 4200
Steepest Slope 35 Degrees
Boarder/Skier 35% Boarders 65% Skiers
Tickets Ticket Prices


Adult 4,700 yen Child 3,200 yen

Full Day

Adult 5,400 yen Child 3,800 yen

Two Day

Adult 8,900 yen Child 6,400 yen

Night Skiing

Adult 2,200 yen Child 1,500 yen
Access Access
Nearest Station Tomamu Station
Nearest City Furano
Opening Hours Daytime
9:00am until 4:00pm

4:00pm until 7:00pm
Ski Facilities Ski Facilities
Children’s course/s,Children’s play area,Powder runs,Ski School,Terrain parks
General Facilities General Facilities
ATM,Bus Stop,Cafe,Daycare,English Information Desk,Gift Shop,Rental Store,Rest Areas,Restaurants,Ski Tuning,Ticket Office,Waiting Area


With 29 runs, a dedicated childrens area with kids club, dedicated powder areas and a large terrain park, Hoshino Resorts Tomamu resort has enough activities to keep you happy for a week or two. The resort is serviced by a Gondola that takes to the peak of the resort which sits at 1239 m above sea level and has amazing views of the resort and across the valley below, the resort has another 5 lifts that are spread throughout the resort which enable beginners and advanced skiers alike to access the great runs and terrains. The longest run is 4200m.

Hoshino Resorts Tomamu is rated as 35% Beginner, 50% Intermediate, and 15% Advanced with the steepest slope being 35 degrees. For those looking for more, advanced skiers and snowboarders can register with the powder club to enable them to access more advanced areas of the resorts, including some fantastic powder skiing areas and tree runs.

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