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1+ Journée de ski de randonnée dans la station de ski de Kiroro à Hokkaido

Kiroro

Venez profiter d'un ou plusieurs jours de ski fantastique sur les descentes de la station de ski de Kiroro à Hokkaido, au Japon, avec Takao, un guide certifié IFMGA.

Private

1+ Jours

Jan, Fév, Mar

Sportif

Intermédiaire


Les points forts

  • Passez un ou plusieurs jours à skier dans la station de Kiroro, à Hokkaido.
  • Idéal pour les personnes qui recherchent une expérience de ski plus haut de gamme.
  • La station est très accueillante pour les familles, avec beaucoup d'activités pour les enfants.

Description

Comme toutes les stations de ski de Hakkaido, Japonla poudre dans le Station de ski de Kiroro est formidable. Cependant, contrairement à beaucoup de ces stations, la Station de Kiroro est plutôt une station de destination dotée de nombreux équipements haut de gamme. Si vous êtes à la recherche d'une station luxueuse pour votre programme de ski, cet endroit répondra certainement à vos besoins.

La sélection des descentes au Station de Kiroro en fait une destination idéale pour un ou plusieurs jours, si vous avez le temps. Et grâce à cette variété, la station est également idéale pour les personnes de tous niveaux de ski. Ainsi, des débutants aux experts, vous pouvez être assuré de vivre une expérience fantastique.

Un autre avantage supplémentaire de la Station de Kiroro est qu'il est très adapté aux besoins des familles. Cela signifie qu'il y a beaucoup d'activités pour les enfants. Ce programme est donc idéal pour les personnes qui souhaitent faire découvrir le ski à toute leur famille.

Avec de superbes pentes, une expérience amusante et un luxe abondant, la station de Kiroro constitue une formidable aventure de ski. Si vous souhaitez en profiter pour vous-même ou avec votre famille, envoyez-moi une demande. J'ai hâte de vous guider et de vous aider à passer un bon moment.

Souhaitez-vous profiter d'un ou plusieurs jours de grand ski à la station de ski de l'Est de l'Europe ? Station de ski de Kokusai? Si oui, vous pouvez me rejoindre sur ce programme.

Le prix comprend

- Frais de guide

Détails des prix

Outre les honoraires du guide, le prix comprend également les frais de transport du guide, mais pas votre billet de remontée et celui du guide, qui s'élèvent à 5 000 JPY chacun, les frais d'hébergement et la location de matériel.


Détails

Hébergement

Parmi les options d'hébergement que je recommande personnellement à Sapporo, citons le Route Inn Sapporo et l'hôtel Sapporo Aspen, qui coûtent entre 8 000 et 9 000 JPY et ne comprennent pas la nourriture, et le Sapporo Grand Hotel, qui coûte entre 10 000 et 20 000 JPY.

Lieu de rendez-vous

Station de ski de Kiroro

À propos du guide

Je suis un guide de montagne expérimenté de l'IFMGA. Je suis né et j'ai grandi à Hokkaido, au Japon. J'ai commencé à skier à 3 ans et à grimper à 6 ans. J'ai passé mes années de lycée à participer à des compétitions de ski et j'ai rejoint le club d'alpinisme à l'université, où j'ai développé mes compétences en matière de ski alpinisme. J'ai été moniteur de ski pour les Miura Dolphins fondés par Yuichiro Miura (première descente à ski de l'Everest "The Man Who Skied Down Everest" et le plus vieux détenteur du record de l'Everest à 80 ans) et j'ai également soutenu l'ascension et la descente à ski de l'Aconcagua par Yuichiro en 1984 dans le cadre de son défi de descente à ski des 7 sommets.

Inspiré par le travail des guides de montagne à Chamonix lors de ma visite en 1983, j'ai décidé de commencer à travailler comme guide de montagne au Japon en 1989 pour partager ma passion et mes expériences des sports de plein air avec d'autres personnes, ainsi que pour offrir des instructions aux personnes appréciant la montagne afin qu'elles deviennent de meilleurs grimpeurs/skieurs. J'ai également contribué à la bonne formation des guides de la JMGA (Japan Mountain Guides Association) et à son affiliation à l'IFMGA. Je suis responsable du développement des scènes d'escalade et de ski de randonnée au Japon.

Mon principal domaine de guidage est l'alpinisme, qu'il s'agisse d'alpinisme ou de ski de randonnée, principalement à Hokkaido. J'emmène généralement un petit groupe de personnes (2-5) pour le Sawanobori (canyoning sur des cascades), l'escalade alpine, l'escalade sur glace et le ski de randonnée dans les régions les plus reculées du Japon.

J'aime trouver la meilleure expérience pour chaque client en fonction de ses capacités physiques, de ses préférences, et des conditions météorologiques/conditions. Je guide parce que j'aime regarder et sentir que les gens s'amusent, et voir comment cette effervescence se transmet à d'autres personnes à travers le ski et l'escalade. Je trouve cela inestimable en tant que guide de montagne.

Hokkaido ne se résume pas à la poudreuse accessible par les remontées mécaniques en janvier et février. N'hésitez pas à me contacter pour trouver votre propre façon de profiter des montagnes, de la nature et de la culture d'Hokkaido !

Langues

Japonais | Anglais

Certificats

IFMGA

Résidence

Sapporo, Hokkaido


Ce que nos utilisateurs disent de -Takao Miyashita

Olivia Grover Johnson

5.00

Février, 2020

Thanks so much to my guide Takao! I had so much fun ice-climbing in Sounkyo. I would definitely like to do it again and will happily recommend this experience to other people! Hopefully I’ll come back next year!

Thomas Hlach

4.00

Février, 2020

Le voyageur n'a pas laissé de commentaire.

Diane Kneilmills

5.00

Février, 2020

Thank you!

Lena Sierk

5.00

Février, 2020

I had a great time with takao and the group.

Jim

5.00

Janvier, 2020

Takao took my wife and I on two wonderful days of skiing! We are so glad we skied with Takao. He knows the backcountry very well near all the ski areas near Sapporo and wasted no time bringing us to the best snow. I think it is worth mentioning that this was not a good year for snow in Hokkaido and still Takao found untracked powder for us! There were some avalanche concerns that he also managed very well.

Tomasz Kapela

5.00

Janvier, 2020

Everything was peerfect and prepered for our grup (six persons). Our Guide Yuki is a very nice guy and very good mountain guide. It is important to have Japanese guide in Hokkaido:)

NF 2425

5.00

Janvier, 2020

Great, experienced guide. Very knowledgeable and professional and had a great time. Would definitely recommend.

Wim Somers

4.00

Septembre, 2019

Yuki Nagaya replaced Takao and did a perfect job. Daisetsuzan is very nice, scenery is tremendous and the trail is challenging. Onsen was available in all mountain huts. Apart from bring a great guide; Yuki prepares delicious food.

Peter Knight

5.00

Avril, 2019

Great trip - poor weather. Excellent guide!

Aaron Mundy

5.00

Février, 2019

Takao-san is a great guide. I would highly recommend him and plan to go climbing with him again.

Num

4.00

Janvier, 2019

Le voyageur n'a pas laissé de commentaire.

Robyn Yano

5.00

Janvier, 2019

We had a wonderful time ice climbing despite some rather crazy weather conditions! Takao was great company, very clearly experienced in the area and equipped with all necessary equipment. He was always on time and made exceptional efforts to get us out to the ice and back safely to Sapporo. The onsen, river crossing and thigh-high snow trek were as important as the actual climbing to the whole experience. We highly recommend and hope to be back to the area for summer climbing!

Elgin Tay

5.00

Janvier, 2019

Le voyageur n'a pas laissé de commentaire.

Kate Coulter

5.00

Janvier, 2019

Le voyageur n'a pas laissé de commentaire.

Elgin Tay

5.00

Janvier, 2019

Le voyageur n'a pas laissé de commentaire.

Elgin Tay

5.00

Janvier, 2019

Le voyageur n'a pas laissé de commentaire.

Emanuele

5.00

Juillet, 2018

Takao was amazing and I had a very enjoyable climb in Hokkaido, thank you for facilitating!

Chun Man

5.00

Mars, 2018

Takao is very professional. I enjoy climbing with him very much. Also, the waterfall at 2nd day leave a good memories for me. If I climb in Japan again, I will find him again.

Tim

5.00

Avril, 2017

(Travelled Feb 2017) The trip was good, if a bit short for the amount of travel I had to do to get there (I was in Niseko).  It was fun to see a different part of Hokkaido in a unique way.  Takao-san was very good at instructing and climbing. I started ice climbing in Colorado and wanted to experience climbing in a different country.  If I had come during the summer I definitely would have rock climbed or taken a guided climbing trip. I have a fair amount of climbing experience, but nothing too in-depth.  Takao-san took that into consideration for the routes we did. The first day we did a short hike on snowshoes to the climbing, which was a bunch of shorter single pitch routes.  The weather was pretty good, but definitely on the warm side.  I think we climbed at the right time during the day, as there was starting to be quite a bit of debris melting and falling on the routes when we were leaving... The second day was a two pitch route next to the sea.  The exposure and area was very impressive.  Takao-san did a great job explaining what he wanted us to do and did a great job working with my level of experience or in-experience. Takao-san obviously has a lot of experience guiding and climbing and did an excellent job making me feel safe and sure about what we were doing.  His technical knowledge, as well as his knowledge of the area we were climbing in was definitely great in making the experience a success. I would recommend the program, but I might caution a beginner climber that the climbing was a bit more involved than I expected.  For example, I had the experience of lead belaying climbers, but I'm not sure if someone who did not have the experience would be able to have climbed where we did.  I found it interesting that nobody asked me (that I recall) what my level of experience was before the trip.  I did like how Takao-san met the climbing to what he thought my abilities are. Yes, I definitely would like to do it again.

Sonny

5.00

Avril, 2017

It was a really great experience and good for technical knowledge. He picked us up on time and was flexible with our schedules. The climbing itself was amazing and challenging. Beautiful scenery and the walk in to the waterfalls were interesting.

Benoit

5.00

Janvier, 2017

We have been five days on Hokkaido in December and January 2017 for backcountry skiing. It was our first time in Japan for skiing. Our guide was the experienced Takao Miyashita. Takao is a wonderful mountain guide born on Hokkaido with a lot of know-how in Himalaya, European Alps and, of course, Japan.  The program was perfect and Takao have adapted it following our strengths, weakness, weather and desires. Security and training ships were perfect. Even in bad weather conditions, we were very secure and everything was suitable for what we want. The snow was great in comparison with Europe and the landscape was very beautiful. Organisation, transport, food and accommodation were also superb. A wonderful trip ! I highly recommend Takao Miyashita !

Yi Chung

5.00

Janvier, 2017

(Travelled December 2016) On the whole, we enjoyed ourselves very much! We love Japan and have a huge respect for our the Japanese who are polite, organized, professional and have some of the best food in the world :) Takao-san was very friendly, gentle, patient and genuine. We enjoyed his company throughout. Of course, we slowly learned that he is one of the most experienced mountaineers and guides around in Japan. In any case, we always felt safe with him. He also spoke well enough in English such that we could have simple conversations and understood the instructions. We would recommend him to others should they need a guide :) Sounkyo is interesting. The two waterfalls are beautiful and it's a privilege to be able to climb them. It seems we are there a bit early so the town was really quiet. Kin Shi waterfall was also great, first pitch was spectacular.  It's our first time in Hokkaido, we are surprised how cold it is. It seems there must be endless reliable ice climbing routes here and the season is much longer than the alps. When we were in Champagny en Vanoise in end Jan last season, we were climbing on really thin ice. Routes are manageable, not too difficult. The first 30m pitch of Kin Shi was probably my favorite. Takao said that there are routes by the sea. That would be really interesting to try out when we next come back to Hokkaido. If there is a downside, I'm not sure the value compares well to the alps. When we were in Champagny, the cost was about 350 euro a day for a local guide incl. all equipment rentals. We climbed routes that were 7-8 pitches long that took 4-5 hours. With Takao, the first day Ginga we did single pitch practices (it was a bone freezing -20 to -25 so just as well we didn't do the multi pitch), the second day Kin Shi was a 4 pitch climb we finished around 1230 back at the car park. I understand that the cost may be due to the limited number of guides, high cost in Japan, and transportation, but if the tour was about 20 percent cheaper that could be more attractive.  I think it's a great job what Explore & Share is doing to develop the Japanese climbing scene and open the opportunities for foreign climbers like myself. Overall I'm optimistic that there is much potential and I look forward to coming back.


 

 

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