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Hakuba Valley Lift Pass

The Hakuba Valley Lift Pass

The all mountain area pass otherwise known as the Hakuba Valley Lift Pass gives you access to a huge snow resort area across 3 major regions of the Northern Alps, Hakuba, Otari and Omachi. The Hakuba Valley Lift Pass allows holders access to 9 mountains including: 

Hakuba Goryu Snow Resort, Hakuba47 Winter Sports Park, Hakuba Happo-one Snow Resort, Hakuba Iwatake Snow Field, Tsugaike Kogen Snow Resort, Hakuba Norikura Onsen Snow Resort, Hakuba Cortina Snow Resort, Kashimayari Sports Snow Resort , Jiigatake Snow Resort.

Shuttle Bus

Purchasing the Hakuba Valley Lift Pass gives you access to the shuttle bus free of charge which takes you to any of the 10 snow resorts. You can access the different snow resorts automatically using the Hakuba Valley Ticket except at Sanosaka, Jiigatake and Kashimayari where you must exchange the ticket at the snow resort’s ticket window for the local ticket.

Pricing

TicketsAdultChildRemarks
1 day ticket¥6,000¥ 3,400 Valid day of purchase
2 day ticket¥ 10,800¥ 6,000 Valid for 3 days from first use
3 day ticket¥ 16,000 ¥ 9,000 Valid for 5 days from first use
4 day ticket¥ 21,300 ¥ 11,900Valid for 7 days from first use
5 day ticket¥ 26,600¥ 14,900Valid for 9 days from first use
6 day ticket¥ 31,900 ¥ 17,900 Valid for 10 days from first use
7 day ticket¥ 37,200¥ 20,800Valid for 11 days from first use

All rates are in ¥JPY and inclusive of 8% consumption tax.

Happo One

Happo One is the largest resort in the Hakuba Valley and served as host of the 1998 Nagano Olympics for several events including the ski jump and downhill skiing events.

Happo One At a Glance

The resorts boasts 1701 meters of vertical drop and has a steep pitch making it best suited for intermediate and advanced skiers. Visitors can access the Happo back country from the top of the resort but it’s best to tour the backcoutnry with certified guides from Hakuba Powder Tours or Evergreen Outdoor Sports as conditions can be unpredictable and naturally dangerous.

Happo One Break Down

  • Number of Courses: 13
    • Beginner 30%
    • Intermediate 50%
    • Advanced 20%
  • Longest Course: 8000m (Risen Grat – Kurobishi – Skyline – Sakka)
  • Number of Lifts: 23
    • Gondola: 1
    • Quad: 5
    • Triple: 3
    • Double: 14

Restaurants and Apres

Happo One has the most on mountain food and Apres options and a few of our favorites are listed below:

  • Roots Cafe- At the Base of the Sakka Slope, Roots Cafe is a delicious all vegan restaurant serving up amazing vibes and great grub.
  • The Corona Bar- Outside of the Gondola Station (which has lots of food options) is the Corona Bar Deck which cold beers and epic views.
  • Bernd’s Keller– Located at the foot of the Nakiyama Slope, this hotel restaurant/bar offers probably the best Apres food and drinks with cheese fondues, espresso martinis, and delicious German beers.
Last year Hakuba.com hosted Hayden James on the Corona Deck for a free concert

Hakuba 47 and Goryu are two interconnected Resorts accessible with the same lift pass and adjacent to Happo One resort. It’s accessible from Happo Village by bus or shuttle in approximately 10 minutes and is home to the popular Hakuba Snow Sports ski school.

Hakuba 47 and Goryu At a Glance

Home to the best park in the Hakuba Valley, 47/Goryu The resorts boasts 1701 meters of vertical drop and has a steep pitch making it best suited for intermediate and advanced skiers. Visitors can access the Happo back country from the top of the resort but it’s best to tour the backcoutnry with certified guides from Hakuba Powder Tours or Evergreen Outdoor Sports as conditions can be unpredictable and naturally dangerous.

47/Goryu Breakdown

Number of Course:

  • Beginner: X%
  • Intermediate X%

Advnaced: X%

Longest Course: 4,500m

Number of lifts: 5

Gondola 1

Pair Lift 3

Quad 1

Steepest Run: 40%

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