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Try your hand at a range of outdoor activities at Niseko Village Ski Resort, a resort providing seasonal entertainment and recreation, as well as a pleasant mountain village atmosphere. Located at the base of a mountain, the resort hosts a number of winter sports, including skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoe tours, and reindeer sledding. Head here in summer and you'll find just as much to keep you busy, with a golf course, running tracks, wildlife walks, and trekking trails. A number of restaurants and bars provide the fuel for all your outdoor adventures, with fast food and fine dining, both international and local, available. Make Niseko Village Ski Resort a centerpiece of your Niseko-cho vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Niseko-cho trip itinerary planning website.
Niseko Village Ski Resort reviews
Just returned from our 5th trip in 12 years. Great to see many changes, but based on increased prices, bigger crowds and lift lines (...only at base) and the fact you cannot book a dinner anywhere, I.... more
Just returned from our 5th trip in 12 years. Great to see many changes, but based on increased prices, bigger crowds and lift lines (...only at base) and the fact you cannot book a dinner anywhere, I.... more »
Niseko Village ski resort offers not many runs and the runs could be very narrow. It may get boring after a couple of goes but the good thing is that the whole Niseko resort is interconnected so it...
Niseko Village ski resort offers not many runs and the runs could be very narrow. It may get boring after a couple of goes but the good thing is that the whole Niseko resort is interconnected so it... more »
(Visited as a ski resort in February) Awful lift service, completely unable to keep up with demand even in the off season and with several lifts closed for the entire duration of our 2 week visit. Queue for Niseko gondola from the Hilton was in excess of an hour, I shudder to think what it would be like to try and enjoy niseko while staying in village. Cannot comment on food or drink as I did not stay long enough in village to try them. The lifts themselves seemed ancient, I would judge the gondola design to originate from the 1970s and I only hope it holds up to modern safety standards.
Not a nice place for a snowboard beginner, green course too flat and had to get off the board all the time, while red course already too hard for me. Spent more time and distance on foot then on board. Again, I am a beginner and I suggest Annupuri instead, actually the rest of the slopes are more beginner snowboarders friendly than this one. Of course skiier are fine here.
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