Rusutsu Ski Resort is located in Hokkaido, Japan, and is known for its exceptional powder snow and variety of terrain. The resort extends over three mountains: West Mountain, East Mountain, and Mount Isola, with a total of 37 runs and a total length of 42 kilometers. Known for its legendary powder snow, often referred to as "Japow," which blankets the slopes in fluffy layers of snow, creating a dreamlike playground for skiers and snowboarders. Whether you're seeking the thrill of carving through untouched powder or honing your skills on perfectly groomed runs, Rusutsu's diverse terrain offers something for everyone. It is not just about winter sports; it also boasts a host of amenities and attractions that cater to every visitor's needs. Indulge in a relaxing soak in the resort's rejuvenating hot springs or savor a delectable meal at one of the many on-site restaurants, offering a range of culinary delights from traditional Japanese cuisine to international fare. So, grab your skis, embrace the powder snow, and prepare for an exhilarating journey in the heart of Hokkaido's winter wonderland at Rusutsu Ski Resort.

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Where is Rusutsu located?

Rusutsu is located in Hokkaido and it takes approximately  2 hour drive from Chitose Airport and just 40 minutes from Niseko.

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