Ski on incredible off-piste powder snow in the wonderful Niseko mountains
Located in Hokkaido near the city of Sapporo, Niseko is probably the most famous ski resort in Japan amongst local skiers and foreign visitors alike. Every winter, Niseko fascinates its lovers from all around the world with tons of light powder snow, plenty of vast, long ski runs, and a growing number of after-ski activities. Four main Niseko ski resorts – Annupuri Resort, Niseko Village Resort, Grand Hirafu Resort and Hanazono Resort – are located on Mount Annupuri, interlinked with each other at the top of the mountain and at their bases by shuttle buses. A Niseko All Mountain Pass, the special combination ticket, will give you access to all these resorts and let you spend your time skiing as you wish. Niseko ski resort is ideal for skiers and boarders of all ability levels. For beginners and intermediates, there is a wide range of groomed runs to choose from, while powder hounds can challenge with many great off-piste skiing as well as slackcountry and backcountry options. Besides, Niseko is also outstanding for its off trail skiing for adventure seekers and combination of both alpine and tree skiing.