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Japan Volcanoes Ski Descent

Ski Legendary Powder on the Volcanoes of the Niseko Region

Come ski the Hokkai­do Pow­der Belt! A ski trip to Cen­tral Hokkai­do is an oppor­tu­ni­ty to ski some of the light­est pow­der in the world. Crown­ing this area is the Daiset­suzan Moun­tain Range known as the Roof of Hokkai­do’ where con­sis­tent pre­cip­i­ta­tion falls from con­tin­u­ous low pres­sure sys­tems from Siberia.



6,562 ft / 2000 m



Basic avalanche rescue knowledge or training required. One year backcountry experience required and ability to ski proficiently in varied terrain and conditions.