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Backcountry Skiing in Kagura: Top Outdoor Adventures Awaiting You


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Kagura is a tranquil, beautiful and large skiing area in central Japan, perfect for backcountry skiing.

The skiing area of Kagura in Japan is a backcountry skiiers dream, with constant heavy and fresh snow, acres upon acres of backcountry skiing areas and relatively few crowds compared to more popular nearby skiing spots. Take a pick from our selection of backcountry skiing trips in Kagura, and prepare for a stunning experience!

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FAQs: Backcountry Skiing in Kagura

What should I know about Backcountry Skiing Kagura?

Some of the backcountry skiing can be quite difficult and challenging, so please ensure you have sufficient backcountry skiing experience before undertaking a trip.

The weather in Japan can reach extremely cold temperatures in Winter, so please ensure you have sufficiently warm clothing so as not to get caught out.

Why should I choose Kagura for my Backcountry Skiing adventure?

Peaceful Experience

Japan has exploded in popularity as one of the go-to skiing destinations on earth, resulting in millions of people flocking to the ski regions each year. Kagura is lucky in that it is still a relatively underrated gem, with Western crowds few and far between, ensuring a more peaceful, tranquil and relaxing backcountry skiing experience.

Stunning Views

Backcountry skiing in Kagura exposes one to absolutely magnificent views out over the quintessentially Japanese countryside, with the gentle alpine forests and humongous lakes making for a postcard-pretty scene.

Excellent Conditions

Due to its higher elevation in relation to other ski resorts, Kagura contains consistently fresh powder almost every day. This means ideal conditions for backcountry skiing, and as an added bonus the area also has one of the longest ski seasons in Japan, meaning you can backcountry ski to your hearts content.

What can I expect from the weather during my Backcountry Skiing trip in Kagura?

Very cold in Winter, with temperatures regularly staying well below 0 degrees celsius.

Which language is predominantly spoken in the Kagura region?


What currency is accepted around Kagura?

Japanese Yen

How can I get to Kagura?

Just a 2-hour bus or train from Tokyo.

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When is the best time to travel to Kagura for Backcountry Skiing?

December-March, when the weather is coldest and snowfall heaviest.

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