Niseko is the most famous ski resort in Japan, known for tons of powder snow, absolutely incredible natural scenery and international quality resorts. It is also the one that most welcomes foreign skiers.
Wide variety of ski runs, backcountry terrain, activities in remote areas, off-trail skiing, pristine snow, more and more après-ski options … All of this makes Niseko a perfect place for your next snow season.
Niseko’s ski runs are facing Mount Yotei, a snow-covered volcanic cone that resembles Mount Fuji in shape and size and can be reached by helicopter tours. Niseko receives Siberian winds that, when coming in contact with the humidity of the Sea of Japan, generate the so-called champagne powder snow, dry and clear.
Niseko ski resorts are located on Mount Annupuri. There are three largest, Grand Hirafu, Niseko Village and Annupuri, covering most of the Southeast of the mountain, and some smaller around the area. It is possible to go from one resort to another by skiing, and using a combined ticket, the Niseko All Mountain Pass. Grand Hirafu is the largest of Niseko’s ski resorts and has the widest variety of runs.
Northern Hemisphere November to April
Base - 853 feet
Top - 3937 feet
30 SKI RUNS