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SkiHakuba.com is your onestop website for everything to do with skiing or snowboarding in Hakuba, Japan. Everything you need to know and everything you need to book is right here.

About Hakuba

Hakuba may have been relatively unknown until recently but it is now the most post popular ski resort for foreigners on the whole of the main island of Honshu; These are the reasons why: 11 metres + every year of snow. There are 9 resorts to choose from. There are more than 150 lifts combined Over 1000 mtrs+ of vertical It has best the backcountry in Asia! Easy access from Tokyo If you need more convincing Hakuba hosted the Winter Olympics in 1998. Find out more about Hakuba here .

Where is Hakuba?

Hakuba itself is relatively accessible from Tokyo - 3 or 4 hours on a train will see you there or there are direct transfers from the airports. Find out more about getting to Hakuba .

About the ski resorts and lift passes

Everyone is catered for in Hakuba. If you are fresh to the sport there are plenty of beginner slopes, however, if you want to go hardcore then Hakuba is the place - check out our backcountry page. Of course there is plenty in between. If you book a package ski trip, you will get “Hakuba Valley” lift passes which enables you to go to any of the ski resorts in the Hakuba area. There are also free shuttle buses that go to all of the resorts. No need to go to the same resort every day. More about the resorts here.
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When is the best time to come?

That depends on your luck and also what you demand out of the snow. Put briefly (and every year is different), before the middle of Dec snow can be very unreliable , but on the other hand there are years when there can be already metres of snow in early Dec, and no-one to share it with. Most resorts open as soon as there is enough snow.From xmas till the end of Feb is normally most reliable for powder. March can be warm and slushy, but usually there is still good snow coverage, the occasional dump and again little competition for the snow. In April the snow starts wearing thin and many of fthe resorts close at the end of March but Goryu/47 and Happo do manage to stay open till early May every year.
Specialists in Hakuba Ski Holidays
Japan
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Best Hakuba Ski Holidays

SkiHakuba.com is your onestop website for everything to do with skiing or snowboarding in Hakuba, Japan. Everything you need to know and everything you need to book is right here.

About Hakuba

Hakuba may have been relatively unknown until recently but it is now the most post popular ski resort for foreigners on the whole of the main island of Honshu; These are the reasons why: 11 metres + every year of snow. There are 9 resorts to choose from. There are more than 150 lifts combined Over 1000 mtrs+ of vertical It has best the backcountry in Asia! Easy access from Tokyo If you need more convincing Hakuba hosted the Winter Olympics in 1998. Find out more about Hakuba here .

Where is Hakuba?

Hakuba itself is relatively accessible from Tokyo - 3 or 4 hours on a train will see you there or there are direct transfers from the airports. Find out more about getting to Hakuba .

About the ski resorts and lift passes

Everyone is catered for in Hakuba. If you are fresh to the sport there are plenty of beginner slopes, however, if you want to go hardcore then Hakuba is the place - check out our backcountry page. Of course there is plenty in between. If you book a package ski trip, you will get “Hakuba Valley” lift passes which enables you to go to any of the ski resorts in the Hakuba area. There are also free shuttle buses that go to all of the resorts. No need to go to the same resort every day. More about the resorts here.
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