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Niseko – Powder Capital of the World
Niseko, on Japan’s North Island of Hokkaido, is known as the “Powder Capital of the World”. Skier and snowboarder excitement is not just about snow quality, but quantity too.
The mountain resort is blanketed in more than twelve metres on average each year of the deepest, driest, lightest powdered white nirvana on the planet. There are five separate resorts offering accommodation, eating, drinking and entertainment options from budget backpacker to the lap of luxury.
- Ski Terrain: Advanced 26%, Intermediate 44%,Beginner 30%, 1 Halfpipe
- Elevation: Top 1309, Base 300
- Lifts 3 Gondolas, 6 Quads, 13 Doubles, 1 Triple, 14 Singles
- Vertical: 920m
- Longest Run: 4.6km
- Snowfall: 15m annual average
- Other Activities: Cross country skiing, snowmobiling, snow rafting, ice climbing, snowshoeing and relaxing in the natural hot springs.
Call Blue Powder to get more details, 1300 735 048