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Public transport from Myoko to Charmant Hiuchi?

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Hi I am interested in going to Charmant Hiuchi in Niigata when I am in Myoko.

It looks like I kind of need a car (or a friend with a car) but thought I might just see if there are any public transport ways to get there I am missing.

Thanks for any help.

 

 

 

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Yes. If you can get to the Itoigawa shinkansen station, they have a free shuttle bus. Reservation required.

 

 

 

 

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It might not be that convenient to get to but I would recommend checking out Charmant.

We enjoyed awesome snow conditions when we went a few years back. Possibly the best I have experienced.

And there was hardly anyone around too!

 

 

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Good 'official' off-piste over there. And it gets Myoko-plus amounts of snow.

 

 

 

 

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I never did get there when I was in Muikamachi. Don't suppose I'll be making it there now I'm much further away, but it always was somewhere I wanted to check out.

The people I know who have been there all liked it said the snow was great.

 

 

 

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