The Niseko United is composed of four resorts on one pass: Annupuri, Niseko Village, Grand Hirafu, and Hanazono. With over 14 meters of powder per year, fantastic lift-accessed backcountry, a short 20-minute hike from the top lift to the 1308m-high peak, and night skiing until 8:30 throughout the season, Niseko offers the best ski resort experience in Japan. The international cultural of the resort means that even English speakers can travel to Japan without any worries.
Niseko United is the umbrella name for four resorts, namely Niseko Annupuri, Niseko Village, Grand Hirafu and Hanazono. What makes Niseko United stand out from the competition is that you can ski or snowboard on all four slopes by purchasing a single all-mountain pass.
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If you are coming to Niseko this winter deep powder great food and an amazing environment awaits. As the rapid development of the the Niseko region progresses it is fair to say that the cultural aspects of Hirafu Village have changed quite a lot. Gone are most of the small the sleepy bars, restaurants and owner operated pensions ( bed …Continue reading
Mt.Yotei Fly By from 360niseko on Vimeo. After last weeks snowfall at “village” level here in Niseko last Wednesday enthusiasm for the approaching winter season boiled over. Mt.Yotei was beckoning last Saturday and decided to take a hike up the Kimobetsu trail on the east face and made it to around 1450m. From around 700m the snow was ankle deep …Continue reading
After a day or so of snow higher up on the mountain late yesterday afternoon and throughout the night the Niseko region was treated to it’s first snowfall at “village” level. Here at the 360niseko HQ only slush to report but just up the road and only 50 meters in elevation – SNOW BABY!! First Snowfall in Hirafu Village for …Continue reading