Niseko Skiing and SnowboardingNiseko

THE CHAMPAGNE POWDER CAPITAL!

Niseko, currently the hot spot for Australian skiers, is the largest of the Hokkaido ski areas with 4 interlinked resorts; Annupuri, Hirafu, Higashiyama and Hanazono – areas famous for deep powder snow. Niseko also boasts some of the best après-ski nightlife in Japan- with an exciting mix of traditional Japanese restaurants, western food, bars and karaoke spots.



MOUNTAIN FACTS

  • Start Season: Mid December
  • Season End: Early May
  • Night Skiing: Yes, until 9pm
  • Max Elevation (m): 1,170
  • Vertical Rise (m): 890
  • Difficulty (beg/int/adv): 30%/38%/32%
  • Longest Course (m): 5,600
  • No. of Courses/Runs: 68
  • No. of Lifts & Gondolas: 33
  • Max Gradient: 37 degrees

TRANSPORT

  • New Chitose Airport to Niseko – Coach transfer, 2.5 hours
  • Sapporo to Niseko – Coach transfer, 2.5 hours
  • Niseko to Rusutsu – Coach transfer, 45 minutes

Room Service Information - Niseko Appartments


Applies to: Konkurito, Youtei Tracks, Powder Tracks, Yama Shizen
Fresh towels will be provided (1pp) and rubbish removed every second day (not including arrival and departure days). Mid-stay cleaning and linen change is available only for guests staying 8 nights or more. With additional cost daily cleaning service is available.


Applies to: Ki Niseko
Daily cleaning service. Linen will be replaced every 3 days.


Applies to: Niseko Landmark View, The Fresh Water
Fresh towels will be provided and rubbish removed every 3rd day (not including arrival and departure days). Linen will be replaced every 5 days.






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