Snow and weather reports posted on Saturday 30th May 2020

Geto Kogen Now!

Tuesday 11th February 2020, 7:39am
Weather conditions: Cloudy
New snowfall: 5cm
Snow depth: --
Morning.

Yesterday was a mostly fine day with a bit of snow falling in the evening.

I have 5cm measured this morning to go on the report today.

Right now it is cloudy with a chance of some snow again later in the day. It is keeping cold for the moment.

Today is a national holiday today - National Foundation Day - so I presume the Number 2 Gondola will be spinning.

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Official snow depths:

* Top: 340cm
* Base: 210cm

Planned operating lift information - subject to change:

* Number 1 Gondola
* Number 2 Gondola (operates on weekends and holidays only)
* Number 1 pair lift
* Number 2 pair lift
* Quad lift

Courses & Tree Runs - subject to change:

* All of the main official courses are available
* Rabbit, Summit, Beech, Stream, Shooter 2-4 tree run course are open
* Shooter 1 and Extreme tree run courses not yet available

Nighta skiing operations

* Weekends and holidays from until 24th February 2020   Read more ...
 

Niseko Now!

Tuesday 11th February 2020, 8:21am
Weather conditions: Cloudy with blue skies
New snowfall: 1cm
Snow depth: --
Good morning.

I have a (just about) 1cm dusting of snow to report this morning from base.

It is cloudy but there's some blue sky as well over on this side - Mt Yotei currently has some thick grey cloud over the top third.

Feels fairly calm too so all lifts should be opening as planned from the start of the day.

After this spell of some very cold conditions, somewhat milder temperatures are likely in the coming days - probably from tomorrow through Friday - but hopefully we will see a return to the cold come the weekend.

Today is a national holiday in Japan.

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Niseko Avalanche Report

Mountain base: -6.1℃, 3cm snowfall. Moiwa 800m: N354°9.7m/s, -8.4℃, 5cm snowfall, 15cm snowdrifts. Yu no sawa1000m: N354°6.7m/s, -10.9℃. Niseko Village 900m: NNW351°3.0m/s, -10.2℃. Hirafu 1000m: NNW329°speed n/a, -10.9℃. Hanazono 720m: NNW324°6.4m/s, -8.6℃. Benkei cape: N9m/s, Kamui cape: N9m/s, 1022hPa, 2.3m waves. Annupuri 1000m snow depth 170cm.

The isobars got a little tight for some time and made a northerly wind pick up and developing cornices. Snowfall is scarce and no drastic development of snowdrifts can be found in leeward slopes. The general avalanche risk is low today. All peak gates are scheduled to open from the morning. Be prepared before going out of bounds. Old tracks remain throughout the mountain. Beware of collapsing cornices and obstacles under the surface. Better wear a helmet.

The Niseko Rules applies to any person and there should be no exceptions or special cases. Regarding what happened at Gate 6 yesterday, we’d first like to apologize to the guests who were treated unfairly. Second, the Avalanche Institute, responsible for the mountain safety within the all mountain committee, severely alerts the resort management members that forcefully requested a special treatment to the ski patrol at the gate.

The impartial application of the Niseko Rules for the past 20 years reduced the number of accidents and as a result took a key role in the current prosperity of the snow business in Niseko and Resort business members should not forget about this reality.

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Ski resort operation information: Tuesday 11th February 2020

Niseko Grand Hirafu

Official snow depth (reported by resort):
- Peak: 255cm
- Base: 110cm

All lifts are normally operating EXCEPT:
- Ace Number 1 pair lift (normally rested)
- King Number 2 quad lift (normally rested)

All courses normally open

Lifts scheduled for late operations:
- Ace Family quad until 8:30pm
- Ace Number 2 Center Four quad until 8:20pm
- Hirafu Gondola until 8:10pm
- Holiday Number 1 pair until 8:30pm

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Niseko HANAZONO Resort

Official snow depth (reported by resort):
- Peak: 190cm
- Base: 117cm

All lifts are normally operating

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Niseko Annupuri

Official snow depth (reported by resort):
- Peak: 180cm
- Base: 115cm

All lifts are normally operating

Lift scheduled for late operations:
- Jumbo Number 1 quad until 8:30pm

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Niseko Village

Official snow depth (reported by resort):
- Peak: 200cm
- Base: 120cm

All lifts normally operating EXCEPT:
- Country Road Chair (normally rested)

Lifts scheduled for late operations:
- Annupuri Village Gondola until 8:00pm
- Village Express until 8:00pm
- Banzai Chair until 8:00pm   Read more ...
 

Yuzawa Now!

Tuesday 11th February 2020, 8:42am
Weather conditions: Snow clouds
New snowfall: 20cm
Snow depth: --
Good morning from Yuzawa.

There's more snow to report this morning after it started in the afternoon yesterday.

The Kagura resort are this morning reporting 40cm of fresh snowfall and I am hearing similar from over at Naeba too. Maiko Snow Resort are reporting 20cm. Other resorts are reporting... actually, we wish they did!

On our trusted measuring spot and nearby I can report around 20cm.

It is snowing still as this report is about to be posted, but due to ease off later on by this afternoon.

It might well be another busy day today -- today is National Foundation Day and a holiday in Japan.

We are still forecast warmer conditions tomorrow through Friday (with some rain in the mix too unfortunately), but the good news on that front is that there seems to be a return to colder conditions and more snow lined up next week.

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The Number 5 top lift at Kagura is closed today due to avalanche risk.

The GALA Yuzawa webcams seem to be having a few issues - we'll post those again once they are back up and running.

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Individual ski resort information: Tuesday 11th February 2020
All information checked and updated manually for each report. Subject to change.

GALA Yuzawa

- All courses (apart from $2,600,000) are now open, including the downhill Falcon course
- All lifts are operating
- The Ropeway connecting GALA Yuzawa with Yuzawa Kogen is operating
- Official snow depth: 240cm

Ishiuchi Maruyama

- All courses and lifts are open
- Official snow depth: 260cm (upper); 160cm (mid)

Iwappara

- All lifts (apart from Number 1 pair) and all courses (apart from Panorama) are open
- Official snow depth: 140cm

Joetsu Kokusai

- All areas are now open
- Official snow depth: 170cm

Kagura

- All areas of Kagura are normally open
- 21 of 23 courses open
- The Dragondola connecting with Naeba is operating
- Official snow depth: 280cm

Kandatsu Snow Resort

- All scheduled courses and lifts are open
- Official snow depth: 185cm

Maiko Snow Resort

- All areas are now open
- Official snow depth: 200cm (upper); 100cm (base)

Muikamachi Hakkaisan

- All lifts are operating
- 13 of 14 courses open
- Official snow depth: 220cm

Naeba

- 21 of 22 courses open
- Official snow depth: 120cm
- Details on Naeba Now report here

NASPA Ski Garden

- All main courses and lifts are open
- Official snow depth: 165cm

Yuzawa Kogen

- All courses and lifts are open
- The Ropeway connecting Yuzawa Kogen with the Southern Area of GALA Yuzawa is operating
- Official snow depth: 170cm (Kogen); 70cm (base)

Yuzawa Nakazato

- All lifts are operating
- Official snow depth: 125cm

Yuzawa Park

- Number 1, 7 and 8 lifts are operating; most courses open
- Official snow depth: 140cm

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Photos (below) from around 8:30am on Tuesday 11th February 2020:

- Yuzawa Kogen
- NASPA Ski Garden
- Ishiuchi Maruyama (2)
- Route 17/Yuzawa IC exit
- Maiko Snow Resort   Read more ...
 

Nozawa Onsen Now!

Tuesday 11th February 2020, 8:44am
Weather conditions: Snow clouds
New snowfall: 28cm
Snow depth: --
Good morning from Nozawa.

And it is very much another good one.

The resort is reporting another 45cm up top and 30cm down at base; I can report a bit less than that but still a very nice layer of fresh across the mountain. It is still snowing but probably won't last beyond lunchtime.

It is National Foundation Day today - meaning that today is a national holiday, so it will likely be busy like a weekend. Especially as we have all this lovely fresh snow to play in.

Tomorrow is a normal weekday and we are forecast sunshine along with rising temperatures and the warmer spell will go on through at least Friday. It looks like it is going to go from being really cold to being warmer than we'd like, but hopefully we'll be back to cold and snow by the beginning of next week.

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I'm guessing there are more than a few people reading this with big grins on their faces having planned to be here round about now - and worrying through a lot of January. Congratulations!

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Tuesday 11th February 2020

Fresh snowfall recorded by resort since yesterday morning:

- Yamabiko (1407m): 45cm
- Uenotaira (1230m): 30cm
- Hikage (660m): 30cm
- Nagasaka (615m): 30cm
- Karasawa (563m): 30cm


Official snow depth numbers (reported by resort):

- Yamabiko (1407m): 275cm
- Uenotaira (1230m): 240cm
- Hikage (660m): 160cm
- Nagasaka (615m): 130cm
- Karasawa (563m): 120cm

All lifts normally operating apart from the following lifts:

- None. All lifts moving!

All courses normally open apart from the following courses:

- Kandahar
- Mukobayashi
- Hachiman
- Kamoshika (limited)   Read more ...
 

Appi Kogen Now!

Tuesday 11th February 2020, 8:48am
Weather conditions: Cloudy
New snowfall: 1cm
Snow depth: --
Good morning from Appi.

1cm of fresh snow since the last count.

At present we have cloudy conditions and it is a bit breezy at the base.

The cold weather seems to be holding today, which is great news for carvers. The piste is firm and fast.

Today is a national holiday so it might be quite busy. The Sailer Number 2 lift is joining in the fun!

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APPI is open with the following lifts normally operating (subject to change):

- Appi Gondola
- Central quad lift
- Central Number 2 lift
- Central Number 3A lift
- Central Number 4 lift
- Central Number 5 lift
- Central Number 6 lift
- Nishimori lift
- Sailer quad lift
- Sailer Number 2
- Vista quad lift

- Most normal courses at APPI are open
- Dragon tail, Cruise 1, Cruise 2, Bravo, Attack tree run courses are open

Snowfall numbers
The below numbers are reported by the resort

Cumulative snowfall:
490cm

Natural snow depth:
230cm   Read more ...
 

Madarao Now!

Tuesday 11th February 2020, 8:57am
Weather conditions: Cloud, bit of sun even peeking through
New snowfall: 32cm
Snow depth: --
Morning from a snowy Madarao, complete with a fresh thick new layer of light snow. Lovely.

The resort is reporting 35-40cm of fresh and increasing the official snow depth up to 240cm. Tangram is taking a good jump up to 170cm too.

It doesn't feel quite as cold this morning and Mr Thermo confirms that. It will be cold overnight tonight and sunshine is due in the morning (kicking off a general warm up for a few days), so I recommend planning for an early start tomorrow.

I also recommend right now; today will likely be quite busy though due to it being a national holiday. And guess where I'm heading...

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Current operations: Tuesday 11th February 2020

Madarao:

- All lifts are operating
- All areas open
- All tree run course open apart from Powder Wave
- Official snow depth: 240cm

Tangram Ski Circus:

- All lifts are operating
- Almost all courses open
- Official snow depth: 170cm   Read more ...
 

Hakuba Now!

Tuesday 11th February 2020, 9:05am
Weather conditions: Cloud, increasingly blue sky
New snowfall: 14cm
Snow depth: --
Good morning from Hakuba on this national holiday (National Foundation Day).

Due to it being a holiday, it will probably more feel like a weekend than a Tuesday.

Anyway some good numbers to report this morning with Happo-one, Goryu and 47 all reporting 15-20cm across the mountain, Cortina reporting 30cm and I am noticing a Tsugaike source reporting 35cm.

Very nice.

Oh yes, here's the table (complete with fixed up Happo-one numbers!)...

The information in this table is data reported by the ski resortsNew snowfall (lower)New snowfall (upper)TOTAL ACCUMULATION (UPPER)
Hakuba 4715cm20cm365cm
Hakuba Cortina20cm30cm430cm
Hakuba Goryu15cm20cm397cm
Hakuba Happo-one15cm20cm510cm

IMPORTANT: See below for an explanation of the above data



Good to see them break through the 5m mark. May the increases long continue!

Early morning we have a bunch of visibility conditions - it's still limited up on the upper areas of Happo-one and Goryu right now, but in other areas it's much clearer and there is quite a lot of blue sky opening up above us and the sun is out.

It should be a really good day.

From tomorrow it will be getting much milder than it has been - and more than we would like - for a few days. Let's hope it doesn't warm up too much.

I'm heading out now. The biggest problem is choosing where to go...

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Individual ski resort information
This information is checked and manually adjusted each morning

Hakuba Happo-one

Operating lifts:
- All lifts apart from the lifts noted below are normally operating:
- Nakiyama Number 2 pair
- Shirakaba Number 1 pair
- Shirakaba Number 2 pair
- Central pair
- Sakka Number 3 triple

Courses open:
- All courses apart from the following are at least part open:
- Central
- Kokusai
- Nakiyama Wall/North
- Shirakaba South/North
- Kurobishi Off-Piste
- The base Nakiyama South, Shirakaba South and Sakka South areas are open
- Sakka North is part open
- Otherwise, you can take the Gondola or other lifts back down to base

Official snow depth:
- Kurobishi: 230cm
- Usagidaira: 160cm
- Nakiyama: 70cm

Hakuba 47

All lifts apart from the lifts noted below are normally operating:
- Pair Line D (usually only operates when Gondola not operating)

Courses open:
- All main courses now open
- Tree Riding Zones are part open

Official snow depth:
- Top: 230cm
- Base: 85cm

Hakuba Goryu

Operating lifts:
- All lifts are normally operating

Courses open:
- All courses are open now apart from the following:
- Cosmo River
- Straight Whiskey
- Snow Diving

Official snow depth:
- Alps: 235cm
- Toomi: 90cm
- Iimori: 65cm

Tsugaike Kogen

Operating lifts:
- All lifts apart from the lifts noted below are normally operating:
- Han-no-ki Number 4
- Tsuga Number 1 pair
- Han-no-ki Number 2 pair
- Kane-no-naru-oka Skyliner I
- Tsugaike Ropeway

Courses open:
- All areas now open
- DBD: Gates 1, 2, 3 and 4 are open

Official snow depth:
- Tsuga-no-mori: 216cm
- Maruyama: 60cm
- Kane-no-naru-oka: 90cm

Hakuba Cortina

Operating lifts:
- All lifts are operating

Courses open:
- All courses open

Official snow depth:
- Top: 230cm
- Base: 158cm

Hakuba Valley Kashimayari
- All lifts apart from Number 8 are operating

Hakuba Norikura Onsen
- All lifts apart from Number 7 are operating

Hakuba Iwatake Snow Field

Operating lifts:
- Gondola
- 4sen East
- 3sen North
- View2
- 5sen South
- Paradise

Open courses:
- 6 courses open on the Mountain Side
- 4 courses open in Village Side

Hakuba Sanosaka
- All lifts are operating

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Photos today (below):

- Hakuba Happo-one [Usagidaira]
- Hakuba Happo-one [Usagidaira]
- Hakuba Goryu [base area]
- Hakuba 47
- Tsugaike Kogen [upper Tsuganomori area]
- Tsugaike Kogen [lower Kane-no-naru-oka area]
- Hakuba Iwatake
- Looking towards Hakuba Iwatake and Hakuba Happo-one

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About the data in the above ‘snowfall as reported by ski resorts’ table
* The table within the above report contains data that is published by individual ski resorts
* The data shown is the amount of snowfall that the ski resorts are themselves reporting each 24 hour period on the upper areas of their mountain
* The source ‘new snowfall’ data and ‘total accumulation’ data is not updated at the same time
* The ‘new snowfall’ data is updated in the morning
* The ‘accumulation’ data is apparently updated/refreshed at midnight
* That means that there is a time lag between the two numbers being updated
* We manually check and update the data just before we publish each Hakuba Now report - so the data in each Hakuba Now report table is what is available at that time
* Any odd-looking numbers are due to the source data. We are not responsible for and have no control over the data. We are simply sharing the data with you
* Just to be extra clear, unlike our own ‘observed snowfall’ data from base that we show at the top of each report, the data in the table is not an independent observation by SnowJapan
* A more in-depth introduction and explanation can be found in this report   Read more ...
 

Aizu Bandai Now!

Tuesday 11th February 2020, 9:16am
Weather conditions: Cloudy but bright and clearer in places
New snowfall: 21cm
Snow depth: --
Good morning.

And it is a good one too!

Both Minowa and Nekoma are reporting 20+cm of fresh snowfall and I can indeed report an observed 21cm myself.

Alts are reporting 10cm and Grandeco are using pretty words but not giving a particular number!

I'd say we can expect at least 10cm over the mountains and more like 20cm and beyond higher up.

Conditions should be very good this morning.

Today is Tuesday and so normally Nekoma would be closed but it is a national holiday... so it is open.

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Grandeco Snow Resort:
- 5 (of 5) lifts operating
- 13 (of 13) courses open
- Official snow depth: 170cm

Hoshino Resort Alts Bandai
- 6 (of 8) lifts operating
- 18 (of 25) courses open
- Official snow depth: 150cm (top); 100cm (mid)

Hoshino Resort Urabandai Nekoma:
- Nekoma is closed on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in February (apart from today -- open today!)
- 5 (of 5) lifts normally operating
- 11 (of 11) courses normally open
- Official snow depth: 190cm

Inawashiro:
- 8 (of 9) lifts operating
- 17 (of 18) courses part open
- Official snow depth: 60cm

Listel Ski Fantasia:
- Part open
- Official snow depth: 45cm

MinowaMinowa:
- 3 (of 3) lifts operating
- 10 (of 12) courses open
- Official snow depth: 100cm

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Photo today:

- Minowa early morning   Read more ...
 

Shiga Kogen Now!

Tuesday 11th February 2020, 9:30am
Weather conditions: Snow
New snowfall: 36cm
Snow depth: --
Good morning from Shiga Kogen.

Ahhhh, mid-winter. Don't you just love it. Well, I know I do.

This morning Kumanoyu are reporting 30cm of snowfall since last night. Yakebitaiyama are reporting 40cm.

I have measured 36cm myself.

Wind has been blowing about and so there's going to be more/less in places, but I reckon that is a fair number. Wind does not seem to be affecting any lifts at the moment.

So wrap up well and enjoy.

The snow should ease off later today and then perhaps we'll see some sun tomorrow.

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All areas and connections at Shiga Kogen are now open (with just a few minor exceptions).

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Photos: Kumanoyu, Takamagahara and Hasuike Junction

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Shiga Kogen resort info: Tuesday 11th February 2020

The below information is manually checked.
Official snow depth numbers are as reported by the ski resorts themselves.

Higashitateyama
- Official snow depth: 180cm

Ichinose Family
- Official snow depth: 180cm

Kumanoyu
- Official snow depth: 180cm

Maruike
- Official snow depth: 120cm

Okushiga Kogen
- Official snow depth: 200cm

Takamagahara Mammoth
- Official snow depth: 180cm

Terakoya
- Official snow depth: 180cm

Yakebitaiyama
- Official snow depth: 180cm

Yokoteyama
- Official snow depth: 260cm

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Originally planned night time operations at the Shiga Kogen ski areas are as follows; subject to change, so please check with the resorts.
Note that separate lift tickets are required.

Ichinose Diamond
22nd-23rd February 2020
20th-21st March 2020
Quad lift
6:30pm until 9:00pm

Ichinose Family
Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays until 21st March 2020
Number 2 pair B lift
6:30pm until 9:00pm

Kumanoyu
Every Saturday until 28th March 2020
23rd February 2020
20th March 2020
Number 1 pair lift
6:30pm until 9:00pm

Takamagahara Mammoth
Saturdays until 21st March 2020 (not 7th February)
23rd February 2020
20th March 2020
Number 2 triple lift
6:30pm until 8:30pm

Sun Valley
22nd-23rd February 2020
Number 1 quad lift
7:00pm until 8:30pm

Yakebitaiyama
Every Saturday until 29th February 2020
23rd February 2020
Number 3 high speed lift
6:00pm until 8:00pm

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The section of road connecting the southern area of Shiga Kogen (from Yokoteyama onwards) with Gunma Prefecture is now closed for the season. It will be closed until 24th April 2020. Approach Shiga Kogen using Route 292 from the west (Nagano/Nakano/Yamanouchi)   Read more ...
 

Naeba Now!

Tuesday 11th February 2020, 9:30am
Weather conditions: Snow clouds
New snowfall: 36cm
Snow depth: --
Good morning from Naeba.

It might be Tuesday, but it's a national holiday and so we can probably expect a busy Naeba today.

Some good deep conditions to enjoy too. I am seeing one source at the resort saying 40-50cm of fresh snowfall; I can report a good 35cm.

After snow overnight, it is snowing early on but likely to ease off either later this morning or early afternoon. Top lifts do appear to be delayed due to wind.

Tomorrow sunshine is forecast for the region so it should be a great morning to check out the first runs of the day.

A few days of milder conditions are still on the cards too - but it looks like more cold is coming early next week.

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The Audi FIX Alpen Ski World Cup 2020 event will be held at Naeba on 22nd and 23rd February.

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Official snow depth:

- 120cm

Planned operating lifts:

- Prince Number 2 Gondola
- Takenokodaira romance pair lift
- Takenokoyama romance pair lift
- Number 4 romance pair lift
- Number 3 high speed lift
- Number 4 high speed lift
- Number 5 high speed lift (open for nighta until 8:30pm)
- Hiuchi Number 1 romance pair lift
- Dragondola

Courses planned to be open:

- 21 of 22 courses are normally open
- Splash Bowl currently not open
- The Dragondola is operating to get over to the Tashiro Area of the Kagura resort   Read more ...
 

Zao Now!

Tuesday 11th February 2020, 10:01am
Weather conditions: Snow clouds
New snowfall: 8cm
Snow depth: --
Good morning from Zao.

More snow this morning and it is snowing quite nicely now - though visibility remains fairly good at least here by base.

The snow should ease off with somewhat warmer conditions expected from tomorrow and for a few days. Not too much please!

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All lifts are now normally operating apart from the following:

- Zao Paradise Number 3 pair
- Diamond Number 1 pair
- Astraea Number 3 pair
- Yokokura Number 2 pair

- All courses are now (mostly) open

Official snow depths (as reported by resort):

- Summit area: 90cm
- Paradise area: 110cm
- Chuo area: 120cm
- Utopia area: 110cm
- Uwanodai area: 50cm
- Oomori area: 40cm

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Night time operations:

Nighta in the Uwanodai area is scheduled daily until 1st March 2020 and then 7th, 14th, 20th and 21st March 2020. 5:00pm until 9:00pm.

Nighta in the Yokokura area is scheduled for Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through 7th March 2020. 5:00pm until 9:00pm.

The Zao Ropeway opens in the evenings on the below dates for 'Light Up' sightseeing purposes - to go and see the Juhyo monsters (not for skiing or boarding) on the following upcoming dates:

February 2020: all days apart from Tuesdays

Note: there is an extra charge for this night time Ropeway operation.   Read more ...
 

Furano Now!

Tuesday 11th February 2020, 10:15am
Weather conditions: Bluebird
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: --
It is another clear blue sky day. While there is no new snow to report, the snow on the mountain is in great condition. With such a good day it is surprising the there are not many people out there today and almost no queue for the lifts. A few clouds are expected to move in by noon. The resort plans to shut down operation of the Kitanomine quad lift this week for one day on Thursday 13th Feb for maintenance.


Operating lifts:

Kitanomine Gondola
Kitanomine Romance Chair
Kitanomine quad chair
Kitanomine Snow Escalator
Link lift

Furano Ropeway
Furano Downhill chair #1
Furano Downhill chair #2
Furano Downhill chair #3
Prince Romance chair
Furano Snow Escalator

Kitanomine Zone: Open
Furano Zone: Open   Read more ...
 

Myoko Now!

Tuesday 11th February 2020, 10:33am
Weather conditions: Cloudy; getting brighter up high
New snowfall: 45cm
Snow depth: --
We beat the Niigata Meteorological Agency's forecast by a healthy five cm this morning, adding a bit more and getting us to a more reasonable two-meters-plus snowpack here at the base.

Still not what we'd normally see, but I'm not complaining....

Should be a great day for those heading up today (and sorry to be late; my computer and I need to resolve some startup issues in our relationship).

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Akakura Kanko:
280cm, -7°C

Akakura Onsen:
330cm, -5°C

Ikenotaira Onsen:
250cm, -5°

Myoko Suginohara:
200cm, -7°

Seki Onsen:
350cm, -10°

Myoko Ski Park:
170cm, 2°

Kyukamura RunRun:
300cm, -3°

Tangram Ski Circus:
170cm, -2°

Madarao Kogen:
240cm, -5°

Lotte Arai Resort
380cm, -1.2

Kurohime Kogen Snow Park
140cm, -3°    Read more ...
 

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30th May, 10:10
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06th May, 15:13pm
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23rd Apr, 17:30
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22nd Apr, 10:12am
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20th Apr, 9:52am
Zao Now
20th Apr, 9:52am
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20th Apr, 9:51am
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20th Apr, 9:50am
Naeba Now
20th Apr, 9:49am
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20th Apr, 9:48am
Minakami Now
20th Apr, 9:47am
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20th Apr, 9:40am
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20th Apr, 9:38am
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20th Apr, 9:37am
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