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Evergreen Winter Camps

Ski Camps in The Hakuba Valley


Evergreen have been providing a wide range of snowsports programs in the Hakuba Valley for more than 20yrs. Our winter camps bring together our expertise at Evergreen International Ski School, Evergreen Alpine Academy, Evergreen Backcountry Guides and Winter Camps Teams to provide fun, exhilarating and educational winter snowsports camps for kids and teens in Japan's best snowsports destination, The Hakuba Valley.

2023/2024 WINTER CAMP PROGRAM

With professional international guides, instructors, trainers, educators and camp leaders and a long history of providing snowsports activities and outdoor camps for children you can rest assured that your son or daughter are being provided the very best camp experience in the safety of professionals. All campers regardless of age will have the chance to feel challenged in a fun learning environment in the beauty of the Japanese Alps with native English instructors and camp Leaders.
*Please note that this winter we are offering Residential Ski Camps only. We do not offer Day Camp or Snowboard Lessons during the Camp. If you would like day only ski and snowboard lessons we recommend joining Evergreen International Ski School programs.

White Horse Snowsports Ski Camp



4 Nights, 5 Days



  • Session 1: 18th-22nd December 2023
  • Session 2: 3rd-7th January 2024

    2024/2025 Dates and Programs will be published soon.
  • Age TBC
  • ¥ TBC

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White Horse Snowsports Ski Camp

4 Nights, 5 Days

This snowsports camp is for children aged eight to fifteen who are intrigued by learning or improve their ski skills. It is a great way for your child to learn about snow and mountains while having a great time playing in the great mountains of Hakuba.

White Horse Snowsports Ski Camp Activities:

Snowshoe, Ski Lessons, Snowman competition, Igloo building, movie night, tobogganing, campfire, pizza party

2024/2025 dates and programs will be published soon


¥ TBC




  • Age TBC
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Procedure for Camp

Packing List

Optional Transport

Chaperoned Train Pick-up & Drop-off service from/to Shinjuku, Tokyo:
Experience a safe and convenient pick-up & drop-off service from/to Shinjuku Station, Tokyo. It will be provided separately from our camp programs. This service is brought to you via  Nippon Ski Resort Development, Hakuba Sanroku Tours, an official travel agency based in Hakuba. Please note that it will be billed separately from the original camp booking. Rest assured, our dedicated staff members will be on the train to ensure the safety and well-being of your children during the journey. Upon your arrival in Hakuba, the Evergreen team will be ready to extend a warm welcome to all the campers. For any inquiries or assistance, don't hesitate to contact our team. We're eager to provide you with an unforgettable camp experience

The time and place to meet will be in the document, which you can download using the URL and password you will receive after submitting the "Camp Form".

*Optional transportation is only available from/to Tokyo. 

Optional Transportation between Shinjuku Station (Tokyo) and Hakuba (The Alps View Hotel):

Prices (train ticket + chaperone fee):
- Return Trip:
Child (Elementary 6-12yrs) TBC
Adult (Middle School 12yrs +) TBC
- One Way Trip:
Child (Elementary 6-12yrs) TBC
Adult (Middle School 12yrs +) TBC

*Prices are per person

Optional Lift Passes

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Optional Lift Passes

Lift tickets are required for the winter camp program for 4 days. The purchase is optional because some campers might have season pass. Our office staff is also on hand to make the lift ticket purchase and provide you with all the details.

- Adult (Middle School or above): Spring Lift Passes 4 Days TBC
- Child (Elementary School): Spring Lift Passes 4 Days TBC

Optional Equipment Rental

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Optional Equipment Rental

Our staff can help and guide your kid with the correct rental equipment with our associated partners. If you are renting equipment, please confirm and make the payment via Camp Form which you are asked to submit after paying for the camp.

(Prices for 4 days)

  • Ski gear ADULT (14yrs+): Ski + Boots + Poles: TBC
  • Ski gear CHILD (~13yrs): Ski + Boots + Poles: TBC
  • ADULT (14yrs+): Jacket TBC
  • ADULT (14yrs+): Pants TBC
  • CHILD (~13yrs): Jacket TBC
  • CHILD (~13yrs): Pants TBC
  • Helmet TBC (mandatory: please rent or bring one)

*We advise to choose standard option for beginners.

Gloves & Goggles

Goggle and gloves are not available for rent. Please bring your own or purchase directly from us.

Purchase Options

  • We sell Evergreen original goggles. You can purchase them when submitting the Camp Form.
  • Snow Gloves are sold at Ski school reception. If you would like to purchase them onsite, please bring cash. (Note: size and color are limited.)

Ski Ability Levels

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Selecting the correct level for your lessons

Use the following links to work out your ski level. It's important to be honest about your ability to ensure that you're placed into the correct skill levels lesson for your ability.

*Depending on the number of campers levels may be merged.

Ski Ability Levels

Accommodation

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The Alps View Hotel.

Our base for our adventures in Hakuba Valley

Tsugaike accommodation at it’s best. The Alps View is a newly renovated hotel complex with a relaxed atmosphere, providing easy access to Hakuba Valley’s endless activities.

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Rooms:
Western/Japanese style rooms (2 bunk beds/room), bathroom (bathtub, shower, toilet), 100% cotton bedding, central heater/air conditioner, hair dryer, hangers, Wifi, shampoo, conditioner, body soap, soap

Hotel Services
24 hrs supervision, luggage storage, safety deposit box, security alarm, smoke alarms, fire extinguishers, eating space, Alps Craft Cafe

Camp Food

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The Alps Craft Cafe

Looking after our environment is paramount, and our food plays a huge part in this. Throughout our camps we endeavour to provide our campers with nutritional, eco-sourced meals using local produce, including: vegetables, free range eggs, local Shinsyu chicken and locally grown organic goods. We always try to avoid using additives, preservatives and MSG wherever possible. We cater to food allergies, and can provide vegetarian/vegan options upon your request.

We try our upmost to support the local economy and community by using local businesses and restaurants. We also prepare meals in our own kitchen to ensure our campers’ food is fresh with minimal carbon footprint as possible.

Our Commitment To The Environment

  • We try not to use air conditioning in our offices or in our vehicles while driving.
  • We plant trees to replace air conditioners and work to improve ventilation. 
  • We do not consume unnecessary electricity.
  • We use compost.
  • Recycling is a big part of our company culture.

Our efforts may seem small, but small changes on a large scale can make huge changes on industry and on our environment. We share our ideology with our staff, and encourage them to be forward thinking towards their own environmental foot-print. We would like to think that our seasonal staff return to their home countries with a more open mind set and adjust their habits to protect our planet whenever possible.

Outstanding! Amazing! There aren’t enough adjectives to describe this trip, and this experience you have given us. The sports, the culture, the food, everything from day one to twelve has been amazing. It was a lot of fun, and you guys have been great. We will be coming back!MIKHAIL OZA
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