Niseko Ski Resort, Japan

Steep and deep fresh powder skiing
Ever keen to pioneer new ski destinations, we are pleased to offer Hokkaido, Japan's northerly island which has some of the best powder snow in the world. Combine phenomenal snow conditions with high hotel standards, renowned Japanese efficiency, service, excellent lift and transport systems, and the whole experience becomes worth the long flight. The Niseko mountain has four ski areas and three villages, Annupuri, Higashiyama and Grand Hirafu which are all connected at the base with a free shuttle bus. Massive quantities of snow fall regularly, so don't worry about snow shortages!

Niseko Resort Key Facts

Resort height: 352m, 1155ft :
Highest lift: 1207m, 3690ft :
No. of lifts: 38 :
Glacier: No :
Total piste length: 40km :
Snowboard parks: :
Purpose built: :
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Niseko Accommodation

This traditional Japanese resort is an excellent choice for families and groups of friends looking for excellent value and bit of culture. It offers modern choices with unbeatable locations, close to all amenities and local ski area. The secure environment is ideal for families while the inexpensive après ski makes it perfect for groups. Japan's polite and friendly culture combined with fabulous food and an array of activities, makes Niseko an ideal spot for any ski holiday lover.

 






About the Skiing and Boarding in Niseko

Niseko and Rusutsu resorts both benefits from consistent temperatures, allowing them to retain excellent snow conditions and offer plenty of powder skiing. These traditional Japanese resorts are best appreciated by intermediate and advanced skier/boarders; however there is a choice of green and red runs perfect for all beginners.

Après Ski in Niseko

Apres ski in Niseko is a fantastic and lively experience, with a huge variety of bars and restaurants available. It is a unique experience with each bar or café having something slightly different to the norm, such as a bar made out of a lorry or a climbing wall available to try in the local coffee shop. There are several wild après bars, and restaurants which offer both Japanese and western cuisine, so all tastes should be catered for. There is also many other activities to keep busy including snowmobiling, tubing, dog sledding and of course to finish the day, what better way could there be than to relax in a local Onsen?

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Niseko Snow Conditions

Last Snow7th Apr
Lower Snow Depth90 cm
Upper Snow Depth315 cm
WeatherPartly cloudy, some sunny spells
PisteResort temporarily closed
Runs Open-
Temperature0.00 ºC
Last Report Update20th Apr @ 12:00

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