Okoppe Choei is a very small ski hill located to the south west of central Okoppe town in the northern region of Hokkaido. The coastline of the Sea of Okhotsk is close by.
Hokkaido is the second largest island of Japan and also the largest and northernmost prefecture (though it is not usually referred to as a prefecture). It has coastlines on the Sea of Japan, the Sea of Okhotsk and also the Pacific Ocean. Sapporo is the capital city of Hokkaido and was host to the 1972 Winter Olympics. Hokkaido is home to the largest number of ski hills in Japan. While the majority of them are very small, some of the larger ski and snowboard resorts in Hokkaido - mostly found in regions to the west and east of Sapporo - are amongst the most famous in Japan.
There is no ski or snowboard school at Okoppe Choei.
There is no ski and snowboard equipment available.
There are no special facilities for children.
There are no special snow park facilities.
Okoppe Choei Season & Opening Times
Typical season is from Late December until Mid March
Weekends and holidays
Normally open from 9:00am until 5:00pm
Normally open from 9:00am until 9:00pm
'Nighta' (night skiing)
Weekends and holidays
Okoppe Choei has some interesting opening times. It is open for nighta only on Mondays from 6pm until 9pm. From Tuesdays to Saturdays it is open from 9am until 9pm (though closed between 12pm-1pm and 4pm-6pm). On Sundays and national holidays it is open from 9am until 5pm.
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Okoppe Choei Lift Ticket Charges
1 Lift Coupon
11 Lift Coupons
A one day ticket includes nighta.
Getting to Okoppe Choei
By public transport
68.1km from Nayoro Station on the Soya Honsen line
Okoppe Choei is about 68km from Nayoro Station on the Soya Honsen line.
No shuttle bus service information is available.
91.1km from the Shibetsu Kenbuchi IC on the Hokkaido Expressway
Nearest national route: Route 239 (0.8km away)
Okoppe Choei is located less than 1km off Route 239 (Tenhoku National Highway), to the south west of central Okoppe town.
At the time of writing (3rd April 2017), many ski resorts in Japan have closed for the 2016-2017 season - though some remain open. Season dates shown on these pages are the original planned dates and subject to change.
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