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It’s been 20 years since this venue was used for an Olympic event and you could have guessed that it was yesterday. Unlike other past Olympic sites I’ve visited, the Hakuba ski jump is still clean, modern and in active use. As an added bonus...More
We visited here during a day off from boarding and it was much better than we expected it to be.
You got to climb to the top of both jumps and got a really good perspective of the height and steepness the jumpers are faced...More
A good way to fill in an hour or two. After a short chair lift ride to the base of the tower you then take the lift up to the top and walk up the final section using the stairs. Stay in the tower if...More
The jump Arena is the landmark of Hakuba Mira, it always looks so beautiful at any season. There are many athletes practice there from time to time. Visitors can take the cable car go up! Feel so great to stand up there to view the...More
In heavy snow we entered the Ski Jump Arena and took the chair lift to the base of the tower dragging our feet in the deep snow. Each level of the tower has a wonderful history of the Winter Olympics and particularly the Nagano Olympics....More
My partner was quite interested in seeing the place as he remembered the games there and I was quite surprised it turned out to be a fun day! The view is beautiful over Hakuba and there was quite a bit of memorabilia to look at....More
After 7 trips to Hakuba we finally got around to visiting the Ski jump stadium. We hired a little car this time, so made getting around easier although there would be a shuttle bus that passes by I'm sure.
This is really worth a visit....More
How often do you get up close and personal with a winter Olympic venue especially a ski jump. It is daunting ! it is high!
It is great to see the medals up close. A little more could be done in the way of displays...More
Great spot to visit to truly appreciate what it takes to be an Olympic Ski Jumper, as you climb to the top of the big jump you can get an amazing perspective on what these athletes must go through to achieve Olympic glory. As you...More