Happo accommodation guide and bookings

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Where to stay in Happo? Happo is very spread out at the base -see photo and it is not necessarily that easy to get from one sectioin to the other unless you are at least an intermediate skier. Thankfully there are loop buses that run every half hour via the various slopes of Happo so you can easily bus it to another section.

Nakiyama section

This is where the night skiing is held. Intermediate level slopes and easy to get to the gondola. Not easy to get to the beginners section of Sakka if you are a beginner. Not many hotels around here. Short walk to Happo Info centre and lots of eating options.

Gondola section

If you want to ride this be aware there is little in terms of beginner terrain except for the 8km cat track taking you down to Sakka. Lots of eating options and short walk to Happo Info centre to catch buses to other ski resorts.

Kokusai area

This is where a lot of the plush hotels are but unfortunately the kokusai ski run is very steep and covered in Moguls . Coming down you are better to either use the lift or come down to the Sakka section and bus it from there. Lots of nice places to eat.

Sakka section

The beginners slopes. The only place to take beginners and young kids in Happo. Lots of accomodation choices and places to eat.

Happo info centre/bus terminal area

About 10 mins walk to either the gondola or Nakiyama slopes. Lots of places to eat and easiest access to all the other ski resorts.
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Happo accommodation guide

Japan
Specialists in Hakuba Ski Holidays
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Where to stay in Happo? Happo is very spread out at the base -see photo and it is not necessarily that easy to get from one sectioin to the other unless you are at least an intermediate skier. Thankfully there are loop buses that run every half hour via the various slopes of Happo so you can easily bus it to another section.

Nakiyama section

This is where the night skiing is held. Intermediate level slopes and easy to get to the gondola. Not easy to get to the beginners section of Sakka if you are a beginner. Not many hotels around here. Short walk to Happo Info centre and lots of eating options.

Gondola section

If you want to ride this be aware there is little in terms of beginner terrain except for the 8km cat track taking you down to Sakka. Lots of eating options and short walk to Happo Info centre to catch buses to other ski resorts.

Kokusai area

This is where a lot of the plush hotels are but unfortunately the kokusai ski run is very steep and covered in Moguls . Coming down you are better to either use the lift or come down to the Sakka section and bus it from there. Lots of nice places to eat.

Sakka section

The beginners slopes. The only place to take beginners and young kids in Happo. Lots of accomodation choices and places to eat.

Happo info centre/bus terminal area

About 10 mins walk to either the gondola or Nakiyama slopes. Lots of places to eat and easiest access to all the other ski resorts.