Niseko Ski trails can be found in 5 distinct areas with each representing a unique skiing experience on the 1,308m high Mount Annupuri. Located in the Niseko-Shakotan-Otaru Kaigan Quasi-National Park it sports some of the best powder snow in the world. A rich variety of ski terrain framed by northern forest woods, Niseko offers an unforgettable experience for skiers of all ages and experience levels.
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ANNUPURI SKI AREA MAP icon-globe
Perfect for a broad range of skiing abilities and sporting perfectly groomed runs Niseko Annupuri offers picturesque views of the surrounding countryside. A well-designed ski resort base area includes a rental shop, cafeteria, hotel and a nearby street teaming with restaurants.
NISEKO VILLAGE SKI AREA MAP icon-globe
With The Green Leaf Niseko Village and Hilton Niseko Village at its base Niseko Village offers the longest and most scenic skiing and snowboarding trails. A gondola lift links the base camp of hotels, restaurants and ski rentals with the top of Annupuri Mountain. Ski through beautiful natural forests then relax at the bottom with an ever expanding variety of health and hospitality services.
GRAND HIRAFU SKI AREA MAP icon-globe
This is the largest area of the 5 resorts and is the centre of Niseko Village activities. Grand Hirafu encompasses a wide range of facilities found at the base of the mountain including hotels, condominium shops and a variety of casual restaurants.
HANAZONO SKI AREA MAP icon-globe
Powder, piste, pipe and parks: Hanazono ski area offers relatively new developments and facitities including courses with dedicated learning areas for beginners. Snowboarders will apprecitate the FIS half pipe course and skiers the challenging tree runs of Strawberry Fields. After skiing enjoy the quality offerings of the Hanazano 308 Centre.
MOIWA SKI AREA MAP icon-globe
Moiwa ski area features stunning views of Mount Yotei on a clear day along with an abundance of quality natural sights. Since 1966 Moiwa has provided Australian and European skiers with exciting powder skiing while maintaining a feeling of privacy not experiences at most resorts. Avoiding large-scale resort development protectes the beautiful scenery you can see today which remains unchanged from the early days.
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