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Based on this policy, we will do everything in our power and implement strict measures to prevent the spread of infections in order to reassure our guests of their safety when staying at our Hotel.
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Hakkaisan Trails

Hakkaisan is a hidden powder treasure trove, with one of the steepest and longest powder runs in Japan. A majority of the upper slopes are left ungroomed and can be lapped with quick and easy access via the 81 people tram that whisks visitors 2,217m up the mountain. First Tracks are available on weekends allowing those with advanced bookings access to the tram 10 minutes before regular lift ticket holders. Freestyle skiers and riders who get a kick out of exciting attractions will love the two terrain parks.

Difficulty of Terrain & Elevation

Difficulty of Terrain


Peak 1,147m
Vertical Descent 792m
Base 355m

Trail Information

Trail Slope Angle Length
Max Average
BeginnerRaku Raku Trail A 14° 2,800m
BeginnerRaku Raku Trail B 12° 1,400m
BeginnerSuisui Trail 22° 14° 600m
BeginnerConnection Trail 1 - - -
BeginnerUsagi Daira Trail 14° 750m
BeginnerConnection Trail 2 - - -
BeginnerPoplar Daira Trail 12° 600m
IntermediateDownhill Trail 36° 18° 3,000m
IntermediateMaekura Trail 26° 16° 1,000m
IntermediateChallenge Trail 28° 23° 300m
IntermediateSeparate A Trail 36° 24° 400m
IntermediateSeparate B Trail 29° 24° 400m
IntermediateTechnical Trail 24° 19° 700m
IntermediateOne Trail 25° 20° 500m
AdvancedChampion Trail 35° 28° 250m
AdvancedExpert Trail 38° 27° 700m

Hakkaisan Lifts

Lift Capacity Length Operation Hours
Hakkaisan Ropeway Tram 81 2,217m Weekdays: 8:30A.M. - 4:00P.M. / Weekends and Holidays: 8:00A.M. - 4:00P.M.
Pair Lift No. 1 2 652m
Pair Lift No. 2 2 906m
Pair Lift No. 3 2 969m
  • Lift schedule may change without notice due to the weather condition or congestion.



SEIBU PRINCE CLUB emi members are eligible for a 500 yen discount on lift tickets!
Members receive a 500 yen discount on the following lift tickets.
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Duration Ticket Adult Student / Senior Validity
Regular SEIBU
Regular SEIBU
Dec. 20 only 1 Day Lift Ticket ¥2,000 From opening to closing
Season (Dec. 21- Mar. 29) 1 Day Lift Ticket ¥4,100 ¥3,600 ¥3,500 ¥3,000 From opening to closing
4 Hour Lift Ticket ¥3,500 - ¥2,900 - 4 hours from time of purchase
Lift – Single Ride ¥500 Single ride on a chair lift
Ropeway Tram – Single Ride ¥1,300 One ride on the ropeway tram on day of purchase
Ropeway Tram – Round Trip Ride ¥2,100 One round trip on the ropeway tram on day of purchase
  • *Free lifts for children 12 yrs. and under
  • *Student: 13 yrs. - 18 yrs. (ID required)
  • *Senior: 55 yrs. and older (ID required)
  • *Operation of lifts is subject to change due to weather condition.

First Tracks

First Tracks tickets are available on the weekend for those who want first crack at the powder runs ahead of the regular crowd. Drink tickets included in First Track can be used in the restaurant.

Lessons and Guides


Hakkaisan has a ski school that offers private ski lessons in English (advanced bookings required). There is also a local guiding company that offers on mountain tours of the best powder areas as well as privileged access to the mountain’s epic backcountry.

Private Ski & Snowbord Lessons

Type 2 Hours 4 Hours
Private Ski Lessons for 1 - 3 people ¥13,000 ¥20,000
Private Snowboard Lessons for 1 - 2 people ¥10,000 ¥17,000
Private Ski Lessons for 4 or more people ¥17,000 ¥26,000

Hakkaisan Ski School
Advanced bookings required for lessons in English.
Contact details:

Guide Information

Triforce offers fully guided powder tours in English at Hakkaisan and surrounding mountains. For further information and bookings contact Takumi Nagai at or TEL: 81-(0)25-773-3099

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The latest models of ski and snowboard rental gears are available on the second floor of the Hakkaisan base camp where shuttle buses arrive. Discount equipment rental and lift ticket packages are available on weekdays from Jan. 14 - Mar. 27, 2020.
Hours of Operation: Open weekdays from 8:15 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., and Saturdays and holidays from 7:45 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.


1 Day Rental Adult (junior high school age and older) Child (up to elementary school age)
Ski or Snowboard Gear (Set)* ¥4,500 ¥3,500
Snow Gear & Wear (Set)*** ¥7,500 ¥6,000
Single items Ski or Snowboard only ¥2,500 ¥2,000
Ski or Snowboard Boots ¥2,500 ¥2,000
Poles ¥500
Helmet ¥500
Snow Wear (Set)** ¥4,000 ¥3,000
Snowscoot (1 hour) ¥1,500 -
Snowskate (1 hour) ¥1,500 -
Sled ¥300
  • *Standard Skis, Poles and Boots or Snowboard and Boots
  • **Jacket and Pants
  • ***Contents of Ski or Snowboard Gear Set and Snow Wear Set
    Note: All information is subject to change

Rental Ski Sizes

Skis: 78cm – 180cm
Ski Boots: 15.5cm – 30.5cm
Snowboard: 88cm – 160cm
Snowboard Boots: 15.5cm – 31.5cm
Snow Wear: 90cm – 4L


[Hakkaisan Ropeway First Track]
Enjoy morning powder snow and a refreshing long cruise.

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Restaurants on the ski hill

[Restaurant Downhill]
A western style restaurant with a great view of the ski hill. In the middle of the Downhill trail.

[Ramen Corner]
A ramen noodles shop popular for its Miso Ramen. Home-made gyoza (dumpling) is also recommended. On the 1st floor in the Base Camp.

[Base Camp Snack Shop]
You can buy light snacks such as rice balls and steamed meat buns. At the free rest space in the Base Camp.