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Resorts Niseko

NISEKO JAPAN

Over the past 25 years Niseko ski resort has grown into the most renowned in Japan owing to its status as a powder paradise for skiers and snowboarders in search of the best snow conditions in the world. The combination of incredible deep powder snow, stunning Niseko hotels and chalets, atmospheric buzz, and countless village amenities are among the many reasons for its popularity.

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Niseko Ski Resorts

What we refer to as Niseko ski resort is actually more than one ski resort on one mountain, Mt. Annupuri.  As can be seen from the Niseko United trail map, there are 4 individual resorts which have grouped together to form Niseko United and these are Niseko Hanazono Resort, Niseko Grand Hirafu, Niseko Village Ski Resort and Niseko Annupuri International Ski Area.  There is no need to choose between resorts however, as all 4 Niseko United ski areas are covered under the same All Mountain lift pass and connected both by upper ski lifts and bus routes that connect the base of the ski areas.

Niseko has many other attractions during winter too; access off-piste terrain suitable for lower-intermediate to expert skiers and snowboarders; try your hand at snowshoeing, tubing, catskiing, dog sledding, or snowmobiling; discover the wonderful retail and gift shops of Niseko Village; and enjoy your nights out as much as your days on the mountain with incredible restaurants and countless cafes and bars to suit all tastes, from cosy izakaya to Michelin star fine dining.

In addition to the 4 interconnected Niseko United resorts described below is Niseko Moiwa, located on the Western side of Annupuri. Moiwa is a smaller but very popular ski area due to the same amount of excellent powder snow with a quieter, more relaxed atmosphere. The combination of world class snow conditions and variety of terrain makes Niseko Japan one of the most exciting ski destinations in the World.

Niseko Hanazono Resort

The most easterly of the Niseko United resorts, two new lifts, including the Symphony Gondola, plus new restaurants and accommodation at the base of the ski lifts mean Hanazono is one of the most exciting areas to ski. Great beginner and intermediate runs are offered while the Hanazono backcountry gates offer superb access to steep and deep powder for advanced skiers and snowboarders. Hanazono 308 offers Niseko’s largest range of family activities, the and now also offers night skiing.

Season December-April
Snowfall 15 metres+
Elevation 1,043 metres
Base 308 metres
Vertical 732 metres
Park Yes
Lifts 1 Gondola / 4 Lifts
Terrain 22% Beginner / 66% Intermediate / 12% Expert
Trail Map Niseko Hanazono Trail Map
Lift Passes Niseko United Lift Pass Info

 

NISEKO HANAZONO ACCOMMODATION

Niseko Grand Hirafu Resort

Grand Hirafu is the largest Niseko ski resort with a huge range of accommodation located in Hirafu Village, restaurants, retail outlets, supermarkets and bars. If that isn’t enough, Grand Hirafu allows you to experience the exhilarating wonder of fresh powder snow under lights with arguably the world’s best and most extensive night skiing. While most Niseko resorts require a traverse at the top of the mountain to ski from one to the other, you can access Hanazono from the top of Hirafu’s Swinging Monkey chair lift, making it easy for intermediates to ski between the two resorts.

Season December-April
Snowfall 15 metres+
Elevation 1,200 metres
Base 260 metres
Vertical 940 metres
Park No (available at Hanazono)
Lifts 1 Gondola / 12 Lifts
Terrain 30% Beginner / 38% Intermediate / 32% Expert
Trail Map Niseko Grand Hirafu Trail Map
Lift Passes Niseko United Lift Pass Info

 

HIRAFU VILLAGE ACCOMMODATION

Niseko Village Resort

Niseko Village is located between Annupuri and Grand Hirafu ski resorts and offers a variety of groomed runs for all abilities, and some of the local’s favourite off piste terrain, especially since the Mizuno no Sawa area was opened up to visitors. With some of Niseko’s top ski in ski out hotels located at its base, Niseko Village also offers family-oriented activities, from snowmobiling and snow rafting to snowshoe tours and reindeer sled rides, and recently opened up more gentle terrain closer to the base of the mountain for beginners.

Season December-April
Snowfall 15 metres+
Elevation 1,170 metres
Base 280 metres
Vertical 890 metres
Park No
Lifts 3 Gondolas / 8 Lifts
Terrain 36% Beginner / 32% Intermediate / 32% Expert
Trail Map Niseko Village Trail Map
Lift Passes Niseko United Lift Pass Info

 

NISEKO VILLAGE ACCOMMODATION

Niseko Annupuri Resort

Annupuri Ski Area is the westernmost Niseko ski resort and a favourite of many visitors due to it’s long, open pistes, which are suitable for all levels of winter sports enthusiasts. Beginners and intermediates will love cruising down the high quality groomers, while easy access to the famous Annupuri powder bowls makes the resort a favourite among those seeking the best of Niseko’s deep powder. Annupuri tends to be the quietest of the 4 Niseko resorts, making it a great place to head for first tracks!

Season December-April
Snowfall 15 metres+
Elevation 1,156 metres
Base 400 metres
Vertical 756 metres
Park No
Lifts 1 Gondola / 6 Lifts
Terrain 30% Beginner / 50% Intermediate / 20% Expert
Trail Map Niseko Annupuri Trail Map
Lift Passes Niseko United Lift Pass Info

 

NISEKO ANNUPURI ACCOMMODATION
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Skiing in Japan is Back!

From October Japan’s border will open to independent tourists without visas.

With Japan open for the first winter in 3 years, and the Yen so low, demand is high.

Don’t miss out – book your Japan Ski Holiday Now!