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Jiigatake Snow Resort

Jiigatake is a small resort on the southern end of The Hakuba Valley resorts. The resort boasts a wide range of meticulously maintained slopes that cater to beginners, intermediate skiers, and advanced riders, making it an ideal destination for families, friends, and solo adventurers alike.

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Kashimayari Snow Resort

Located to the south of Hakuba Valley, Kashimayari Snow Resort offers a wide range of winter activities, making it an ideal destination for skiers, snowboarders, and snow enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels.

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Sanonaka Snow Resort

Is a family-friendly ski & snowboard resort with slopes for all levels alongside an array of eateries. Sanosaka Snow Resort offers stunning views of Lake Aoki and is perfect for beginner and intermediate skiers and riders.

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Norikura Snow Resort

Norikura Snow Resort is a medium-sized ski resort with 13.8 km of slopes available for skiing and snowboarding. It is often overlooked by foreign visitors due to the popularity of adjoining Cortina, but it provides a genuine Japanese ski holiday experience. The resort has a lot to offer for mountain-loving outdoor enthusiasts, including mountain biking and trekking in the summer, and skiing and snow sports in the winter. Additionally, the resort has an onsen where you can relax after a day of skiing or snowboarding.

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Tsugaike Snow Resort

Tsugaike Snow Resort is a large resort and has a good variety of beginner and intermediate piste runs, making it a great place for beginners and families to ski and snowboard. There are a few shops near the base of the gondola where you can rent ski or snowboard equipment.

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Iwatake Snow Resort

Iwatake Snow Resort is a medium-sized ski resort and has 26 courses, with the longest run being 3,300 meters, and most slopes that suit intermediate skiers and boarders. The resort is known for its excellent scenery and high-quality courses, and is consistently one of the top-class ski resorts in the area.

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Happo One Snow Resort

Happo One Snow Resort is the largest and most popular resort in the Hakuba Valle and has hosted the 1998 Olympics and the Free Ride World Tour. The resort is recognized as a popular mountain resort in Japan, with nearly all courses being tough courses best suited for advanced skiers and snowboarders.

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Goryu + Hanakuba 47 Snow Resorts

Goryu and Hanakuba 47 Snow Resorts are two interconnected ski resorts located in the Hakuba Valley. Both resorts offer a variety of skiing and snowboarding experiences, making them great for families and beginners.

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Cortina Snow Resort

It is known for being the powder capital of Hakuba, receiving up to twice as much snow as other resorts in the area. The resort is located about 14 km from the town of Hakuba and 16 km from Happo One. The resort is famous among Japanese snow lovers and is by far the best resort in the Hakuba Valley for those in search of steep and deep turns on a Japanese powder day.

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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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