HAKUBA Ski Resort » Japan
HAKUBA is located just three hours west of Tokyo. Having played host to the 1998 Winter Olympics, Hakuba is one of the largest and most respected resorts in Japan.
Hakuba Valley consists of nine ski areas including; Hakuba Goryu, Hakuba 47, Happo One, Hakuba Iwatake, Tsugaike Kogen, Hakuba Norikura, Hakuba Cortina, Jigatake and Kashimayari, this huge resort offers some of the steepest, challenging and expansive terrain in Japan. With an average snowfall of 10 metres per season, it's no wonder that Hakuba is a hugely popular snow destination. For 2019-20, Hakuba is Epic.
Hakuba Snow & Weather Forecast
Considering Hakuba this ski season? Keep up to date with the latest weather and snow forecasts from Hakuba's largest ski resort Happo One below to guarantee you never miss out on another pow dump or bluebird day.
Hakuba Ski Resorts & Facts:
- Happo One: 1071m vertical, longest run 8km, 32 lifts.
- Tsugaike: 880m vertical, longest run 5km, 26 lifts.
- Goryu: 726m vertical, longest run 5km, 13 lifts.
- Hakuba 47: 800m vertical, longest run 6.4km, 6 lifts.
- Iwatake: 539m vertical, longest run 1.7km, 16 lifts.
- Hakuba Norikura: 600m vertical, longest lift 2.5km, 9 lifts.
- Highland: 247m vertical, longest run 1.5km, 2 lifts.
- Minekata: 210m vertical, longest run 1.2km, 3 lifts.
- Cortina: 500m vertical, longest run 3.5kms, 7 lifts.
Google Map of Hakuba
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- Hakuba offers a free shuttle service around the village to the 8 main ski areas
- Convenience Store, Supermarket and plenty of shops
- Numerous Bars and Restaurants
- Night spots Ski and snowboard rental available
- Ski and snowboard schools available
- Local Onsens (outdoor natural hot springs)
- Internet cafes