Off pIste Japan – Tours In Hakuba

You’ve seen the off piste Japan videos and gotten stoked, and Hakuba gets huge snowfalls, but with the keen local skiers and riders lined up first thing in the morning after a big dump the resorts get tracked out pretty fast, unless you know where to find the “secret stashes”. Join a tour with Evergreen’s experienced guides and smash powder like a local.

Several of Hakuba’s resorts have excellent side-country access where you can get the best taste possible of Hakuba Off Piste. Access the goods with the lift services of the resorts and then ride the excellent “side-country” terrain. Go with the knowledge and expertise of local professional ski & split-board guides into the best steep powder stashes in Japan…right here in Hakuba!

Skiing and riding will be lead safely into great off piste areas where we can play in open glades, ride soft pillows and slide through superb tree runs! Get lots of vertical in a day, ride with guides who know the terrain and can guide you off piste and back again with little or no hiking.

off piste - air2015-2016 Season
Dec 16 – April 15
*conditions dependant.


Tour Prices
Group Tours
Cost: ¥18,500
*includes pack, 3-piece set, guide, insurance(must reside in Japan) and tax

Private Tour
¥54,500 for 1
(Up to 5 total for 1 guide and add-up again for 2nd guide if there are 6 or more)
*includes pack, 3-piece set, shuttle, guide, insurance(must reside in Japan) and tax

Hotel Pick-up Service
Complimentary shuttle service is only available with Private Tours

Please Note
Lift ticket & lunch are not included.

Start and finish is at Wadano Base, in the Wadanonomori Visitor’s Center, opposite the Mominoki Hotel.

Professional guide, insurance, shuttles to and from resorts.

Must Haves
Winter clothing (pants, jacket, gloves, warm hat, warm thermals etc.), goggles, ski/snowboard and boots, poles (ski only). Backpack, lunch, drinks and at least 1L water, Energy bars / chocolate / nuts etc.

Bring or Rent
Skins or snowshoes.

Minimum 3 people per group tour

“More powder that I could handle. Can’t wait for next year!”