Niseko is located in South West Hokkaido, an area renowned for deep powder skiing. Niseko resort is part of the Annupuri Range which extends to the Sea of Japan to the west. On the southern side there is Hokkaido’s ‘Fuji of the North,’ a volcano that rises to 1,800 meters.
Find out about a day skiing Mt Yotei. We have been guiding the area for the last 14 seasons. Check out our journal entry.
Furano is located at the geographical center of Hokkaido. It is on the doorstep of the Daisetsuzan National Park, known as the ‘Playground of the Gods’ by the indigenous Hokkaido people.
Tokachidake is just across the valley and is Hokkaido’s premier backcountry zone. To the north, there is the lift accessed backcountry of Asahidake, the highest mountain in Hokkaido. Ski
some of the lightest powder in the world.
Find out all there is to know about skiing Asahidake. We have been guiding the area for the last 16 seasons. Check out our journal entry.
Find out about what a day is like skiing a live volcano in the Daisetsuzan National Park. This is right on the door step of Furano. Check out our journal entry.