Season: late Nov to early May
Number of courses: 143
Number of lifts: 115
Longest course: 8 km
Home to eleven ski resorts, more than 140 runs and 10 metres of seasonal snowfall – a skier’s heaven. Set at the base of the Northern Alps, Hakuba features 7 world class ski areas. Considered a winter sports Mecca, Hakuba gained international recognition when it hosted several of the 1998 Winter Olympic events.
*All prices are based on twin share 7nights accommodation and 6 day lift pass otherwise stated.
LaNiege Higashikan Hotel
High Mount Hotel
From Narita Airport
Passengers travelling from Narita Airport board the Narita Express to Tokyo Station. Travelling time approx. 1 hour.
By Train via Nagano
Take the JR Nagano Bullet train from Tokyo to Nagano (90 minutes) and then an express bus from Nagano to Hakuba (60-90 minutes), where the bus stops at Hakuba Station and directly at the base of several ski resorts. The Japan Rail Pass covers the shinkansen trip but not the bus journey.
By direct highway bus from Narita Airport
During winter, one round trip per day is operated between Narita Airport and Hakuba (Goryu, town center and Happo-one). The one way trip takes about six hours.
Private Transfer is also available between Hakuba and various resorts and towns in Nagano/Myoko Kogen, Haneda Airport, Narita Airport and Down town Tokyo.
Above fees and schedules are subject to change.