- SNOW MONKEY PARK
- YUDANAKA & SHIBU ONSEN
- SHIGA KOGEN
- OBUSE & MATSUKAWA VALLEY
- NAGANO CITY
- NOZAWA & IIYAMA
- TATEYAMA KUROBE ALPINE ROUTE
- KISO VALLEY
A world-class resort known for its powder
Hakuba Valley is globally renowned for deep powder, experiencing an annual average of 11 meters. Come discover it for yourself!
A superb mountain landscape
Enjoy skiing or snowboarding on the "Roof of Japan" and the unforgettable landscape of Japan's Northern Alps
Hakuba is a mountain-biking (MTB) mecca
Hakuba is quickly becoming as famous for its green season activities and those of winter. The MTB courses are expertly designed and offer variation suitable for all levels
Hike through the stunning highlands
The mountains of Hakuba and its surrounding landscape including Happo Pond, is the perfect destination for summer hiking enthusiasts
SUP, canyoning, and rafting in summer
Want something a little slower? How bout canoeing or fishing... Hakuba has something for everyone in summer!
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Hakuba is internationally known as one of the host venues of the 1998 Winter Olympic Games; selected as such due to its world-class terrain, courses, and the abundance of powder snow that covers the mountains each winter. Comprising 11 individual snow resorts (almost all are covered with 1 lift pass), Hakuba is a mecca for snow sports enthusiasts seeking the complete package of a truly international resort - from the basics of a childrens ski school to the hardcore thrills of backcountry tours and additional activities such as snowshoe trekking.
Hakuba's global profile and appeal for foreign visitors means you won't be caught short but any lack of English-language businesses, including numerous accommodation and dining options, apres ski, and all the comforts of one of Japan's best and biggest snow resorts.
Outside of winter, Hakuba is increasingly known for the beauty and activity of its 'green season', during which time both local and international visitors head to the mountains to escape the oppressive heat and humidity of cities and enjoy numerous pursuits including hiking, mountain-biking (MTB), rafting, canyoning, standup paddleboarding (SUP), fishing, and other activities.
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