Tateyama is a heavy snowfall area in the North of the Japan Alps. There are several peaks within the range that are over 3000 meters. This place can only be reasonably accessed for back country skiing for a limited time each year, when the Kurobe Alpen Route (series of cable cars, electric buses etc.) is open. This is end of November, and from end of April until September.
It lays on the south east of the city of Toyama and it has two main areas: Raicho Valley and Gokurakuzaka.
This region is named after Tateyama mountain, which is otherwise known as Mount Tata). At 3015 m, this is one of the three holy mountains in the country.
During this 3-day trip, we’ll enjoy some exciting back country ski touring in a unique and beautiful area of Japan!
This is a perfect destination for back country skiing from early season to late season. It also offers some great options for advanced skiers, so if you are one of them, don’t miss your chance!
Please, contact me if you want to join me for this trip. I’m sure we’ll have a great time, not only skiing but also enjoying some delicious Japanese food and its traditional onsen.
|Day 1 to 3|
Murodou Terminal / Raicho Inn
The first day we’ll meet at Murodou Terminal at 10:00 am.
Then, I will take you to Raicho Inn. After lunch, we’ll start our backcountry tour!
We will be back to Raicho Inn around 4:00 pm, just in time to relax and enjoy an Onsen (hot spring.)
You will love a delicious dinner and, before going to bed, we will have a meeting to talk about the following day’s adventure.
The third day, our tour will finish around 3:00 pm at Murodou Terminal.
Price per person
|Group of 2||60000JPY|
|Group of 3||45000JPY|
|Group of 4||36000JPY|
|Group of 5||36000JPY|
|Group of 6||36000JPY|
- Guiding fee
Skill level required
Fitness level required
Murodou Terminal at 10:00 am.
The accommodation and transportation fee for the guide must be split between all members.
The following items are available for rent by prior arrangement:
The itinerary may be altered or canceled depending on weather conditions.