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Hakusan Ichirino Hot Spring Ski Resort

Hakusan Ichirino Hot Spring Ski Resort

Even beginners can enjoy the panoramic view of the mountains just by getting on a gondola and ride all the way to the top of the mountain. This Ski Resort has slopes for snowboarding, courses for mogul skiing, as well as a course that has an average inclination of 25¼ and the steepest slope of 37¼ for advanced level skiers. For other seasons visitors can enjoy a stroll in the beech tree forests at the mountain top.- Ski Lifts: Aiaru Lift #1(348m); Aiaru Lift #2(534m); Aiaru Lift #3(330m);Nodaira Lift #1(447m); Nodaira Lift #2(395m); Nakanohara Lift(562m);Gondola Lift(1,415m)- Ski Slopes: Longest slope 3,000mAiaru Slope(Beginners); Excite Slope(Advanced Level); Fureai Slope (Beginners);Challenge Course (Advanced Level); Nodaira Slope (Beginners/Intermediate Level);Nakanohara Slope (Intermediate/Advanced Level)Miyasama Course (Intermediate/Advanced Level); Rakuraku Course (Beginners); Kids Land


63 Ozo, Hakusan-shi, 920-2333






1-day Pass Adult: 4,000 JPY(Children 3,000 JPY)


8:00 - 17:00 (all days)
17:00 - 21:00 (Night ski)


Open throughout the season


Direct bus from Kanazawa Station to the Hakusan Ichirino Ski Resort is available during Ski seasons



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