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Hakuba Ski Touring and Backcountry Skiing Week

Description

Japanese snow is just right, abundant, fluffy, a dream. Just outside of Nagano lies Hakuba, a lovely village in the Japanese Alps. And also, one of the best spots for ski lovers like yourself looking for great alpine runs and tree skiing landscapes. On this one week Hakuba ski touring and backcountry skiing trip I will show you some of its best slopes!

We will begin our tour in Hakuba proper. It takes around 3-5 hours to get there from Tokyo airport and is quite straightforward. Once there, we will be staying at the Hakuba Powder Lodge. This will be a great spot from which to kick start every morning before hitting the snowy peaks. We will begin by skiing in the resorts. Then, as we advance we will look for some backcountry opportunities. Weather, fortunately is usually very favorable in this respect. Also, you might catch sight of some snow monkeys when we are out skirting the trees. Additionally, you will get to eat some great sushi and experience the beautiful Japanese culture.

In terms of difficulty, Hakuba offers different terrains that are suitable for different levels. Consequently, we can adapt the tour to suit your needs and preferences. It is of course important that you have a good fitness level because we will be out skiing all day for many days in a row. Of course, I will be there to help and guide you.

Are you ready for a taste of Japanese snow? Then book your place now and join me on this amazing ski week in Hakuba!

Would you like to explore other remote ski destinations? How about a week skiing in Norway? Find out more here.

Prices per person

Group of 1

CHF 10000 Each

Group of 2

CHF 5000 Each

Group of 3

CHF 3333 Each

Group of 4

CHF 2500 Each

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Details

Accommodation

Hakuba Powder Lodge

Meeting point

Hakuba. It takes between 3-5 hours by public transport to get from Tokyo Narita airport to Hakuba. HOW TO GET THERE: Take train to Nagano directly via train and continue to Hakuba by bus or shuttle. There are also some services that provide direct transport from the airport to Hakuba that may be practical for groups traveling together. Also, it is possible to have skis and luggage sent overnight to Hakuba at a reasonable fee, which avoids traveling on the train with lots of baggage. We will be happy to help you sort out any doubts.

 

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