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My kids are 13 and 11 and I honestly couldn’t recommend a better place for an active family to visit. 1st year we went week 2nd trip 2 weeks I definitely recommend minimum 12 days, this gives you a couple days break. The snow is...More
We stayed at Niseko Village and enjoyed skiing across all the Niseko area by crossing over at the top of the mountain. It was a great central location. It doesn't have all the shopping and excitement of the Hirafu area, but it's a short drive,...More
The snow fall here is amazing and the resort has great amenities. We had a hard time finding a difficult run or off-piste. At the top there is 4 chairs all servicing the same area. We had good snow but very high winds. Niseko does...More
Unfortunately for us, we found ourselves here! We would have been much better off staying in Hirafu! My partner is a beginner and we have found the long runs at this resort are not best for beginners! It’s better for red and black runs! So...More
During our stay at Niseko, we got the four station pass. When the top of the montain is closed, you can easily switch station by using the bus shuttle. This shuttle is free if you got the four station pass.
There was a lot of...More
Many options available and can easily spend a whole day here - the niseko slopes sit between anapuri and hirafu, so you can transfer across to either by lining up the top lifts.. just keep an eye on the weather as you could get stuck...More
This is really 3 resorts on 3 sides of the same mountain linked at the top but separated lower down by deep, off limits ravines, so requiring the ski bus to connect the resorts at the bottom.
Sun is rare but we had 4 days...More
We were spending 5 days on Green leaf. Totally worth to spend on it. The powder snow was what we come for . The view from our room was out standing even the room was small. Once we arrival we saw a young man Kenny...More
I travelled by train. My route back then was Sapporo to Hakodate to Niseko. If not mistaken, you should be able to take a direct train from Sapporo but please check on the train station you can stop as not all stations is... More
I travelled by train. My route back then was Sapporo to Hakodate to Niseko. If not mistaken, you should be able to take a direct train from Sapporo but please check on the train station you can stop as not all stations is operating especially during winter. I assumed you are staying at Hilton in Niseko Village Ski Resort? There is shuttle from the nearby train stations to Hilton. Please check on the train station that is operating and has the shuttle services.
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How old are your kids? Hilton is ski in/ski out and worth checking prices during off peak season. Chateau Ivy in Hirafu looke quite nice and centrally located. We didn't stay there but friends did (kids are ages10-16). They... More
How old are your kids? Hilton is ski in/ski out and worth checking prices during off peak season. Chateau Ivy in Hirafu looke quite nice and centrally located. We didn't stay there but friends did (kids are ages10-16). They rented their ski equipment down the street from Chateau Ivy and lifts are within walking distance.