About HakubaHakuba is set high in the spectacular Japanese Alps, enjoying abundant snowfall thoughtout winter, and breathtaking scenery all year long. The previously small farming village has seen a transition to world class ski resort, assisted by the hosting of the 1998 Nagano Olympics. Olympic signs still proudly posted, and the international standard ski jump stadium prominent in the skyline, the ski resort proudly welcomes guests from near and far to enjoy incredibly soft powder and a variety of ski terrain.
Why Ski Hakuba?
- Fusion of traditional and modern Japan
- Day trips to see the adorable snow monkeys
- Great family holiday location
- Longer vertical and bigger mountains than many other Japanese ski areas
- Easy access to Nagano city and Matsumoto city for great sightseeing and shopping
- 30% Beginner Terrain
- 50% Intermediate Terrain
- 20% Advanced Terrain
- 111 Number of Lifts
- 130 Skiable Runs
- Top Elevation 1802m
- Vertical Drop 880m
- Longest Run 8km
- Nearest Airport & Distance Tokyo Haneda (HND) - 300km
Facts about Hakuba
Hakuba Grand Apartments Japan
Nestled in the heart of the prestigious Wadano area, Hakuba Grand Apartments delivers an ideal setting for your holiday needs all year round. Hakuba received its claim to fame following on from the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics and is now home to some of the world’s best ski resorts.
Hotel De Laile Japan
The Hotel De Laile is one of Hakuba’s best located hotels, right on the slopes of Happo One and just two minutes to the ticket office. This mid range Hakuba hotel offers quality accommodation, Western and Japanese style food as well as free wifi, an indoor and outdoor onsen and ski storage.