Niseko Snow Report, 22 January 2012

Tadaima = I’m Back

*5.4cm of fresh snow has fallen since yesterday morning and at 7:45am today the temperature was -1°C. At around 1pm yesterday light snow started to fall intermittently and we expect there to be consistent snow fall all morning with the storm intensifying around lunchtime.

Snow fall depth in Hirafu village, 22 January 2012

Snow fall depth in Hirafu village, 22 January 2012

Useful information from other places

What’s happening today

With this fresh snow Annupuri is the ski ground of choice today. A warm up and some ground trick practice can be had on the Family ski run before heading high up the resort to see what Gate 7 has to offer.

Sunday dinner will be served up at Wild Bills in the form of venison, game on!

The mountains on the way to Otaru

The blue sky we had over the last few days made the to Otaru on Route 393 extra special and offered some great views of the playground of the gods.

A different angle on Mt. Yotei, 20 January 2012

A different angle on Mt. Yotei, 20 January 2012

Mt. Niseko Annupuri, Mt. Iwanupuri, Mt. Weiss, 20 January 2012

Mt. Niseko Annupuri, Mt. Iwanupuri, Mt. Weiss, 20 January 2012

Cape Ofuyu, 20 January 2012

Cape Ofuyu, 20 January 2012

Otaru from Route 393, 20 January 2012

Otaru from Route 393, 20 January 2012

Snow Forecast

Get more information on Snow-Forecast.com.

Niseko snow fall data

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