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 10 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'.