Hakuba Ski Resorts
Happo-one is Hakuba’s biggest resort. Host of the 1998 Winter Olympics, Happo has the biggest variety of interesting terrain for all levels.Our HQ and on-mountain base is located on Happo’s Kokusai Run and offers lessons daily.
›› Finding Evergreen in Happo
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Hakuba Goryu ski resort has great runs for beginning and intermediate riders, great resort facilities including their large base center Escal Plaza, and is linked to 47 which also offers great resort facilities and a park.
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Tsugaike is the perfect place for beginning with wide beginners runs, and has plenty of terrain for intermediate riders and skiers.
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Hakuba 47 is connected with Goryu. 47 has the most popular terrain park in Hakuba, some nice trees, and fun top-to-bottom runs where you can cruise the groomers, go for speed, or work on your mogul skills.
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Hakuba Iwatake is an undervalued resort with fun runs for beginning riders and snowboarders as well as some challenging terrain over the backside. The views at Iwatake are spectacular, and its a nice place to snowshoe as well.
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Cortina is the cutest of the resorts with a base lodge straight out of ‘The Shining’. Best snow in the valley, good backcountry & snowshoe access, fun and festive staff. . .
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Great family spot with night skiing, family features, nice backcountry access, a half-pipe, and also connects with Cortina for extra value.
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NOTE: from December 2009 Highlands lifts are no longer running – perfect for snow play, sledding etc.
NOTE: Aokiko, the central resort, is no longer running meaning the two resorts remaining are no-longer inter-linked. 2 reasonable resorts; great lines for those in the know.
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