Niseko Mt.Resort Grand HIRAFU

Ski resort data

  • Open Season

    December 4, 2021- May 5, 2022 (as of current schedule)

  • Opening hours

    Open: 8:30am
    Close: 4:30pm
    Night skiing hours : 4:30pm~7:00pm

  • Lift Ticket

    One-day Adult:6,600yen Age 7~12:4,000yen 
    Age 13~15:5,400yen Senior:5,400yen
    IKON Pass usage: Available
    NISEKO UNITED All mountain pass
    One-day Adult:8,100yen Age 7~12:4,900yen 
    Age 13~15:6,500yen Senior Age over 60:6,500yen
    NISEKO UNITED All mountain pass
    One-day Adult:8,100yen Age 7~12:4,900yen 
    Age 13~15:6,500yen Senior Age over 60:6,500yen
    NISEKO UNITED All mountain pass
    One-day Adult:8,100yen Age 7~12:4,900yen 
    Age 13~15:6,500yen Senior Age over 60:6,500yen

Spec

  • Monthly snow accumulation in-season
  • ※Average over the last 3years
  • Dec.

    250cm

  • Jan.

    350cm

  • Feb.

    450cm

  • Mar.

    440cm

  • Apr.

    330cm

Resort Feature

 

No.1 in Niseko when it comes to course variety

Niseko is more or less a synonym for JAPOW, and Niseko Grand HIRAFU, the largest resort in the area, acts as an icon of the mountain. The resort is located at the center of the mountain, and is home to a variety of courses, from technique-demanding steep & deep surfaces covered in the ever-falling powder to groomed runs where you can race into carving turns. Many of the runs are steep with plenty of twists and turns, and are sure to be satisfying even for experienced riders. Niseko Grand HIRAFU has the widest range of courses in Niseko which is extremely popular, and is guaranteed to keep you entertained for a whole day.

 

 

Intoxicatingly great night powder

Another great thing about Grand HIRAFU is night skiing: as aspect in which the resort is second to none. A stunning 8 courses, which are the best in Japan when it comes to area and variety, are open during nighttime hours. The snow becomes even drier as temperatures drop further below those during the day, making it easier for your skis or board put on speed. The competition for powder is also a lot less heated compared to daytime; not going for the win at night is simply not an option. Night skiing is especially popular among seasoned Niseko-users that know all too well how crowded the area can be by day. On a clear evening, you can enjoy the night ride of your dreams in the moonlight- a memory you’ll never forget.

 

 

The whole package: ride, stay, relax, and enjoy the food

The 2 ski centers and 8-person-capacity high-speed gondola aren’t the only things that make Grand HIRAFU special. The base town has numerous places to stay, places to enjoy Hokkaido’s b-class gourmet cuisine, and onsens that draw from natural springs. There’s everything you can ask for when it comes to accommodation and things to do after-ski. Niseko is the perfect all-in-one village where you can ride, stay, eat, and relax, and an international one as well, with English being a common language.

 

 

Resort information

  • Address

    〒044-0081  204 Yamada, Kutchan-cho, Abuta-gun, Hokkaido

  • Tel

    0136-22-0109

  • Multilingual

    Leaflets and course maps in English, English ski lessons, rental services,shopping at the shop in the Alpine Hotel

  • Access

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