HAKUBA SKI RESORTS Happo Goryu Hakuba 47 Cortina Iwatake Tsugaike Norikura Kashimayari Sanosaka
Japan
Specialists in Hakuba Ski Holidays
Kashimayari   is   a   medium   size   ski   resort   and   is the   first   one   you   will   see   coming   to   Hakuba   from Tokyo.   It   is   also   one   of   the   least   crowded   resorts as   most   people   tend   to   bypass   it   on   the   way   to Hakuba   proper.   That   is   a   pity   as   it   has   a   good range      of      courses      including      some      very challenging   steep   ones   and   some   good   beginner runs.    It    also    has    some    great    views    of    the Northern   Japan Alps   and   Kashimayari   peak   itself is   perhaps   the   prettiest   in   the   whole   range.   As always   in   Japan   it   has   a   great   snowpark.   There are    free    buses    there    -    see    the    shuttle    bus timetable.

                                Kashimayari Ski Resort

Uncrowded, underrated resort

   Mountain Statistics

Lifts 8 Courses 20 Highest point 1500 mtrs Vertical drop 720 mtrs Annual Snowfall 9.5 mtrs/yr Steepest run 38° Terrain Park Yes Night skiing Yes Children’s area Yes  
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HAKUBA SKI RESORTS Happo Goryu Hakuba 47 Cortina Iwatake Tsugaike Norikura Kashimayari Sanosaka
Japan
Specialists in Hakuba Ski Holidays
Kashimayari   is   a   medium   size   ski   resort   and   is   the   first one   you   will   see   coming   to   Hakuba   from   Tokyo.   It   is   also one   of   the   least   crowded   resorts   as   most   people   tend   to bypass   it   on   the   way   to   Hakuba   proper. That   is   a   pity   as   it has    a    good    range    of    courses    including    some    very challenging   steep   ones   and   some   good   beginner   runs.   It also   has   some   great   views   of   the   Northern   Japan   Alps and   Kashimayari   peak   itself   is   perhaps   the   prettiest   in   the whole   range. As   always   in   Japan   it   has   a   great   snowpark. There    are    free    buses    there    -    see    the    shuttle    bus timetable.

                     Kashimayari Ski Resort

Uncrowded & underrated

   Mountain Statistics

Lifts 8 Courses 20 Highest point 1500 mtrs Vertical drop 720 mtrs Annual Snowfall 9.5 mtrs/yr Steepest run 38° Terrain Park Yes Night skiing Yes Children’s area Yes  
Course guide  Click here
Shuttle bus timetable Shuttle bus timetable Official Kashimayari website Official Kashimayari website Live Lift status   Which lifts are operating?Too much wind?  Find out here!
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