You’ve seen it in the movies… Japan’s legendary powder is like nowhere else in the world. DEEP cold smoke. It’s the Mariana’s trench of deep pow.
Bring your snorkel, water wings, a pair of the fattest skis you can find, and perhaps some XL sweatpants. Skiing is only half the story in Niseko. Japan is all about culture with a capital C. Half the fun of a ski holiday here are the amazing experiences to be had sampling this incredible culture. The other half is shredding powder all day and night until you can’t take any more.
It snows pretty well every day here, and that daily snow is deeper than most resorts get in a week. If you love rolling terrain, widely spaced trees, beautiful landscapes and consistent snowfall day and night then this is the trip for you.
Not to mention you will finish your days in Hirafu Village where the dining experience is ichiban! Ramen, sushi, takoyaki, okonomiyaki, omo-rice. These words may not make sense to you, but they will certainly make sense to your taste buds. It’s not often you can take advantage of such a unique cultural experience while skiing the world’s deepest coldest powder.
The resort area starts at an altitude close to sea-level and rises to 1200m, offering over 1000m in elevation. Niseko is made up of 57 runs consisting of 38 lifts and gondolas and totaling over 47 km in groomed slopes. Lift facilities are great and operate without rest for over 12 hours a day – starting at 8:30am and closing at 9:00pm. Niseko offers seven different on-mountain restaurants to eat or rest in.
Feb 11-18 or Feb 18-25, 2017. For only $4500, take advantage of our guides’ mountain knowledge to fully explore the incredible terrain that Niseko has to offer.