Wind Blown Crust
*0cm of fresh snow has fallen since yesterday morning and at 7:30am today the temperature was -6°C. Looks like we’re in for another overcast day.
Useful information from other places
- Accumulative snow fall to date, 1,349cm
- Snow depth at the peak, 420cm
- Snow depth at the base, 230cm
- JMA’s six hour precipitation forecast, possibly the most accurate weather map
- Real time lift operations.
- The latest Niseko avalanche report.
What’s happening today
We had a lot of wind yesterday – look out for deep snow drifts and deceptive dust-on-crust spots.
Cruiser – Get strapped in, relax and get your cruise on down this sweet green ski run located in the Niseko Village ski ground.
Gate 7 – The highest green ski run in all Niseko ski grounds and made up of switch back turns along a cat track in the Niseko Village ski ground.
Family – If it’s your first time on the snow in Hirafu the chances are it will be on this gentle ski run located at the Niseko Mt. Resort Grand Hirafu ski ground.
Some Tastes of Niseko
On days/nights when the mountain isn’t that inviting but you still want to get out and experience some of Niseko, you can head out to grab some food. Here are some options:
Soup Curry located in Izumikyo
Sanata located in Kabayama
Niseko Pizza located in Hirafu
Get more information on Snow-Forecast.com.
Niseko snow fall data
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