Experience the world-class resort, renowned for its abundance champagne powder and diverse terrain…
Skiing in Rusutsu offers an unforgettable experience with 18 lifts and 37 kilometers of ski runs groomed to perfection. Divided into three interconnected mountains catering to all skill levels, and boasting abundant snow fall averaging over 14 meters per season, with the resort offering guided backcountry tours for an even more adventurous experience.
The snow in Rusutsu is so light and dry that it is often referred to as “Champagne Powder,” making it a pleasure to ski through. The resort’s diverse terrain, including wide-open bowls, gladed tree runs, and challenging steeps, provides plenty of opportunities to explore this powder mecca.
Hokkaido has the best powder skiing in the world due to its consistent low temperatures and high levels of snowfall generated by moisture from the Sea of Japan. The unique dry and light snow, mountainous terrain, and well-equipped ski resorts make it a true bucket-list ski experience.
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