Within a restricted perimeter, western Hokkaido brings together, several mountain ranges where you should ski at least once in your life. This part of the island benefits from extravagant snowfall and unequalled quality powder.
Denser and with more snow, Japanese ski areas offer a variety and wealth of skiing activities that are conducive to mobility. By opting for a nomadic programme, we offer you the dizzying pleasures of adventure and the most beautiful powder skiing spots in Hokkaido.
Snow, lots of snow, but also volcanoes, high-tech resorts, the Olympic town of Sapporo, wide-open spaces and much more. More than a trip, an adventure to the heart of traditional Japan, from its delicious cuisine to the onsen baths, with its share of surprises and magic.
Departure on Friday evening from Europe – arrival on Saturday in Sapporo
Arrival before 14:00 in Sapporo followed by transfer to Niseko (2H00)
Sunday to Thursday
5 days of skiing to discover and enjoy the 3 areas of Niseko United, Moiwa and Rusutsu. From our base camp and depending on weather conditions, we will be able to go to any of these resorts (30min maximum by ground)
Transfer to Kiroro (1H20)
Skiing on Kiroro ski resort
Transfer to Sapporo Teine (1 hour) skiing on the Sapporo Teine area – transfer to Sapporo (30min)
Return flight to Europe. Arrived Sunday evening in Europe.
- 5 nights Ki Niseko 4* – https://www.kiniseko.com/
- 2 nights tribute portfolio hotel 4* – http://www.kirorohokkaido.com/en
- 1 night Sapporo Grand Hotel 5* – http://www.grand1934.com/english/concept/
What is included
- 8 nights in double occupancy and breakfast. Single room available with extra charge
- All ski pass
- All transfer by taxi
- 1 pro-guide for 6 pax
What is not included
- Ticket plane from & to Europe
- lunch and diner
- Ski équipement & safety gear ( Abs bag , Arva etc… )
- du 12 au 20/01
- du 19 au 27/01
- du 26 au 03/02
- du 02 au 10/02
- du 09 au 17/02
The ski resort
Niseko United / Our base camp for the first 5 days. Niseko is the most famous ski resort of Hokkiado. With snowfall up to 15m per winter a perfect powder and the biggest japan’s ski area, Niseko is a must.
Moiwa / Almost connected to Niseko united (10min drive), Moiwa resort enjoys the same amazing snowfall. fortunately no crowd at Moiwa,. You will sure to make your tracks in the powder without stress throughout the day
Rusutsu / A short 30 min drive from Niseko, Rusutsu is a little paradise for off-piste skiers. deep powder snow, open forests and like Moiwa the resort remains outside radars of the tour operators.
Kiroro / A destination resort with modern facilities and infrastructure. Kiroro flies under the radar relative to some of the high profile Hokkaido ski resorts nearby, but the lack of crowds is an advantage for discerning powderhounds who make the most of the abundant snow and the tree skiing.
Sapporo Teine / is a great little ski resort located close to Sapporo. perfect for a end of trip and who want powder lines that are steep and deep.