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Came here twice during my stay in Hakuba. I found this mountain to be the least busy. However I can't understand why, there are plenty of trails and places to explore including a great terrain park if that's your thing. Next time i am here...More
One of the best Ski Resort in Hakuba. Hakuba 47 is very big and its connected to Ski Resort Goryu. The bigger the Ski resort is the more fun you can have when you want to explore both of the Ski resorts. They also have...More
Good Park area for for jumps and rails etc, slopes are of mixed quality. Lots of varied terrain and a variety of technical slopes. Food and drinks are expensive around slopes and shuttle buses work well but are a little frustrating.
This is a nice small resort but it is attached to Hakuba Goryu what is a lott bigger. You can ski all slopes on one day. They have something for every range of skier and you will have a lott of fun here. 2 great...More
We enjoyed Hakuba 47 and the linked resort Goryu the most out of all of the options at Hakuba. There was great snow linked with lots of variety, in a great tree setting. Restraints on both sites provided more choice than other places and the...More
We skied the Goryu, Iimori and Hakuba 47 all together. The slopes are connected through gondolas. Hakuba 47 is more difficult than those at Goryu and Iimori. But there is a kids park at the base. This is one of the restaurant at the base...More
This place was good fun, the snow was great, the Japanese do skiing in a cool way, and it links up to Goryu really well. Enough to keep teen advanced skiers excited for a few days, then maybe check out Iwatake and Cortina. The main...More