FIVE CONSECUTIVE DAYS WITH
NO BLACKOUT DATES AT HAKUBA VALLEY
ABOUT HAKUBA VALLEY
Hakuba Valley, located just 4 hours from Tokyo (Japan's capital), in the northern part of Nagano Prefecture at the base of Japan’s Northern Alps. Hakuba Valley is make up of 9 unique resorts, all of which offer a variety of terrain, varying vertical metres and consistent 'Japanese Powder' snowfall. From mystical tree runs, to apline chutes and beginner slopes Hakuba is a fantastic family holiday destination with 'something for everyone'. With the alps peaks sitting at just over 3,000m, Hakuba offers magical rugged scenery and guarenteed (average 11-13m annually) snowfall - the resorts also score more bluebird days than more Northern Honshu and Hokkaido resorts - doesn't that sound like a treat.
Hakuba Valley is nestled amongst the spectacular Japanese Alps, located within the northern area of Nagano district on Honshu (the main Island of Japan), approximately a 3 hour drive from Tokyo.
WHERE TO STAY
The majority of accommodation accessing Hakuba Valley is situated at the base of Happo-One Mountain, in the Wadano Village. Alternatively guests may enjoy staying in Echoland, which is the main restaurant and bar area of Hakuba Valley.
EXPERIENCE OF A LIFETIME
Japan provides guests with a unique cultural experience. Meet the snow monkeys, or take a dip in one of the countries many traditional Onsens, spend some time feasting on the incredible food or get lost in one of Japan's modern cities; boasting a population of over 125 million, Japan welcomes international tourism and promises to deliver a safe and memorable 'experience of a lifetime'.