trip duration TRIP DURATION
4 days
mountain range MOUNTAIN RANGE
max people per fuide MAX PEOPLE PER GUIDE
trip level TRIP LEVEL
best period OFFER PERIOD
Jan, Feb, Mar
type of trip TYPE OF TRIP
Not specified


Experience some of the finest untouched powder the world has to offer on this 4-day guided catskiing adventure in Shimamaki, Japan! That’s four full days of incredible skiing in the Karibayama mountain range, a beautiful Hokkaido destination on the Sea of Japan.

We have mind-blowing runs throughout the scenic Japanese backcountry of Hokkaido, and our single-day record is 13 total runs – 6,500 meters in total! Enjoy open alpine bowls and remain unencumbered by the terrain as you cruise the mountain.

Hokkaido is the most northern island of Japan. It is known for its outstanding skiing, and is a cultural hub that allows tourists and travelers a true Japanese experience. The Shimamaki region is home to hot springs and incredible seafood, as well as some of the most picturesque scenery in the entire country. From the ocean to the mountains, we will see it all.

And of course, the deep, undisturbed snow here is an experience of its own – you won’t have another ski trip quite like this ever again.

After epic days of backcountry skiing, we settle in for restful evenings that will leave you ready to shred the next day. The unique style and culture of this guided tour will make it that much more special.

This trip provides four long days skiing pristine terrain, and since we will have so much time out in the snow, it allows me to give you one of the best mountain experiences of your life.

Book this trip now to have the sweetest skiing adventure in the deepest powder around!

If four days is too long, go ahead and take a 2-day tour! Or talk to me about booking a private catskiing trip!

Price per person

1 Person275500JPY
Group of 2275500JPY
Group of 3275500JPY
Group of 4275500JPY
Group of 5275500JPY
Group of 6275500JPY

Price includes

  • Guiding fee

Other details

Skill level required


Fitness level required



The group´s skiing ability, the weather, and avalanche conditions will directly affect the amount of time skiing and the number of runs we take.