Hakuba 47 Ski Resort
Hakuba 47 Ski Resort has a great variety of terrain for intermediate and advanced riders, but the beginner terrain is a little limited as it is located at the top of the gondola and the way back to the base is either a cat track or a steep red run.
If you are looking for an alternative to Cortina for tree riding Hakuba 47 has you covered, however, don’t forget to sign your waivers and get your bib to enter these areas (it is free of charge), and make sure you listen to the information as there are some pretty big drops if you take the wrong turns. If you enter these areas without your bib then you can say goodbye to your lift pass as the ski patrol is always monitoring and aren’t afraid of taking lift passes!
Hakuba 47’s terrain park is known as one of the best parks in Japan with a half-pipe, a medium and large jump line and rails, boxes and tabletops there is plenty to choose from for the park rats! If you are interested in trying out the park for the first time then you can even check out the beginner terrain park area with smaller features.
Don’t forget that Hakuba 47, Goryu Ski Resort and Iimori Ski Resort operate under a single pass and you can move freely between the resorts.