Hakuba Happo-one (Hakuba Village, Nagano)
Planned 2015/2016 season: 21st November 2015 until 8th May 2016
The morning ticket is valid from opening until 1pm.
The afternoon ticket is valid from 12pm until 5pm.
Nighta is on the Nakiyama area of the mountain.
The listed 'Child' rates are for elementary school aged children.
A 'Junior' ticket for high school students is also available - 1 day 4000 yen; 2 days 7200 yen; half day 3600 yen.
People aged 60 years and over are eligible for 'Senior' tickets.
A weekday season lift ticket is available, valid on weekdays (some exceptions), costing 50000 yen.
A spring season lift ticket is available, valid from 1st March, costing 30000 yen.
The 'HAKUBA VALLEY ticket' lift ticket can be used at one of the 10 resorts in Hakuba Valley (*one area per day)
1 day ticket - 5700 yen (adult), 3200 yen (child)
2 day ticket - 10000 yen (adult), 5600 yen (child)
3 day ticket - 14900 yen (adult), 8300 yen (child)
There are a few base areas to the Hakuba Happo-one resort, but the main 'Adam' Gondola station in the Happo area is just under 2km from the main Route 148 road and Hakuba Station (JR Oito line). Shuttle buses run between Hakuba Station and the ski resort and take less than 10 minutes. Buses are also available from Nagano Station (Nagano Shinkasen line) which is about 45km away and that journey takes about 60 minute.
The nearest expressway exit is the Nagano IC on the Joshinetsu Expressway (47km away, 60 minutes). The other popular expressway exit from the south is the Azumino IC exit of the Nagano Expressway (48km, 60 minutes). Please note that Azumino IC used to be called Toyoshina IC - it was renamed in October 2012. To the north the Itoigawa IC on the Hokuriku Expressway is about 52km away from Happo.
Parking options range from free to 1000 yen for the day.
Snow depth, average temperature and percentage of fine weather conditions (where available) from recent season
‘Accommodation Spotlights’ in Hakuba (Nagano) on SnowJapan:http://www.snowjapan.com/japan-places-to-stay/area/hakuba-nagano
Hakuba Now! snow report
Latest 4th May 2016
And so yesterday - Tuesday 3rd May - ended up being the last day of the 2015-2016 ski season here in Hakuba. I think the resort folk did really well keeping things going for that long, given the weather and amount of snow that they had to play with. A big ‘otsukaresama deshita’ to everyone Read more ...
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Latest by cody on 11th March 2015
This was my first visit to Hakuba after spending many years at Niseko and Rusutsu, on the island of Hokkaido.
I was impressed!
The terrain was better than I expected and more varied.
We skied the resorts of Happo One, Goryu, Hakuba 47 Read more ...
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