Mar, Apr, May
From Lodge in Rankoshi-cho, we will go ski touring to Annupuri Ski Resort, Niseko Annupuri, Weisshorn (1,046m), Iwaonupuri and Goshiki Onsen, and come back to Lodge.
Ski touring to Goshiki Onsen, Nitonupuri, Chisenupuri, Mount. Shakunage (1,074m) and Niimi Onsen (or Asahidai).
If Niimi Onsen is closed, we’ll need to come back to Lodge in Rankoshi-cho. If Niimi Onsen is open, we can traverse hut-to-hut.
From Lodge, we will go ski touring to Niimi Onsen, Mekunnaidake (1.220m), Mount Raiden (1,211.3m) and Toyokuni.
-Lodge in Rankoshi-cho
-Niimi Onsen (Hotel)
Indicative fees for items excluded from the price:
-Accommodation: estimate JPY9,500 per person / night. If you want the lodge to be upgraded, the price would be vary.
-Annupuri Lift fee: estimate JPY2,500
-Accommodation fee for guide (estimate: JPY9,500 / night)
-Annupuri Lift fee for guide (estimate: JPY2,500)
-Transportation fee: to and from Chitose (estimate: gas JPY5,000), taxi (estimate: JPY4,000 for up to 3 people)
(You should split the expenses mentioned above with tour members)
Besides, if you want to you come and stay the previous day of the tour, the price will be the one published plus JPY15,000.
I wish you a very warm welcome from Hokkaido, the north island of Japan. The dream spot for any fan of powder skiing!
I'm Jun, I'm a JMGA (Japan Mountain Guides Association) mountain and ski guide. I'm also a ski and telemark instructor. I graduated from the Hokkaido University. I have been skiing all around Hokkaido and I know every corner of this incredible island. I'm also an expert in avalanche safety management.
I'm guiding my friends and clients in all the most beautiful places of Hokkaido: Shiretoko (UNESCO World Nature Heritage), Daisetsuzan National Park, Rishiri, Niseko, Yotei volcano, Asahikawa... hiking, skiing and mountaineering.
Have a look to the different tours I propose to have more info on what you can experience here and get in touch with me. I will be very happy to help you organising your trip and guide you in our beautiful mountains. I'm also the director of the Hokkaido Mountain Guides Association (HMGA) which includes around 84 guides.
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