Hakuba is located in the Northern Alps of Nagano Prefecture, this Japanese ski haven stands out as a top-tier destination for winter enthusiasts. Boasting abundant snowfall and a diverse selection of expansive ski resorts, it has firmly secured its place as one of Japan's most sought-after skiing locales. There are total of 9 ski resorts with over 200 runs. Here is a list of some of the most popular ski resorts in Hakuba: Happo One Goryu + Hakuba 47 Ski Resort Tsugaike Kogen Iwatake Cortina Sanosaka Hakuba Kashimayari Jigatake Norikura Beyond skiing, Hakuba also offers a host of activities such as snowboarding, snowshoeing, and hot spring bathing, providing visitors with an immersive and unforgettable mountain experience. With its quaint village atmosphere, stunning scenery, and a myriad of outdoor pursuits, this is a destination that captivates the hearts of nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.

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Where is Hakuba located?

Hakuba Valley is located in northwestern Nagano Prefecture at the base of Northern Japan Alps and is just 3hrs from downtown Tokyo. The valley consists of 9 ski resorts, giving an amazing variety of alpine terrain, accommodating everyone from novice to expert.

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