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The Snow Monkey Tour is departing from Hakuba this year! 

STEEP AND DEEP!

Hakuba boasts the steepest runs of Japan’s 600 ski resorts. Hakuba is home to seven resorts, which encircle the massive Olympic Ski Jump Stadium. Many events of the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics, including the downhill skiing, were held on the slopes in Hakuba. Consistent powder snow on many challenging runs at Hakuba make this region a high priority destination for serious ski travellers in Japan. The distinct small village atmosphere of this resort town is another major drawcard. Growing popularity among skiers and snowboarders around the world is testament to its charm.

MOUNTAIN FACTS

  • Start Season: Mid December
  • Season End: Early May
  • Night Skiing: Yes, until 9pm
  • Max Elevation (m): 1,831
  • Vertical Rise (m): 1,071
  • Difficulty (beg/int/adv): 35% / 40% / 25%
  • Longest Course (m): 8,000
  • No. of Courses/Runs: 77
  • No. of Lifts & Gondolas: 100
  • Max Gradient: 35 degrees

TRANSPORT

  • Narita/Haneda Airport to Hakuba – $123 per adult one way (coach, 5hrs)
  • Narita/Haneda Airport, Tokyo to Nagano – $214 per adult (5 day flexi JR East pass)
  • Nagano to Hakuba – Local bus (1hr)

LIFT PASS
6 Day $417 Adult, $234 Child (yrs)



  • Hakuba Snowmobile
  • Olympic Hakuba
  • Food in Hakuba
  • Hakuba Hanabi Fireworks
  • Hakuba Slopes
  • Hakuba Chopper Ride
  • Hakuba Bars
  • Hakuba Gondla
  • Hakuba Hot Air Baloon Ride


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