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Hakuba Villages Guide

The Hakuba Valley is comprised of eleven separate ski areas and eight distinct villages

Each village is connected by a choice of bus and taxi services.  

If you are unsure how to get around from village to village, please check out our Getting Around Hakuba guide.

Hakuba Valley Map


Goryu

Goryu

One half of the combined Goryu & Hakuba 47 ski area, Goryu's Kamishiro village is picturesque, offering ski in / ski out and forest retreat accommodations and authentic local restaurants. 

The area offers an affordable stay option for large groups and families.

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Echoland

Echoland Area

Echoland is perfect for visitors wanting to try a variety of ski hills in the Hakuba Valley and still be within easy walking distance of restaurants and nightlife in the evenings.

The Echoland main street’s nightlife, combined with some of the Hakuba Valley’s most affordable accommodation options makes the area a popular choice.

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Hakuba Happo One

Happo One

Happo One village is a great choice for anyone wanting to be in the thick of the action and well connected to the rest of the Hakuba Valley.

The village has the majority of shopping, dining, nightlife and amenities, including high quality international ski schools, helpful ski hire staff and experienced backcountry guides.

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Wadano

Wadano

With plenty of space between properties and the abundance of snow-covered trees Wadano offers the perfect tranquil winter retreat. 

Wadano is a great choice for families taking ski lessons and large groups wanting to stay together in spacious accommodations. 

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Hakuba Iwatake

Iwatake

Iwatake ski resort offers jaw-dropping 360 degree views and uncrowded slopes with the perfect pitch for beginner and intermediate skiers.

Accommodation in Iwatake offers fantastic value for money and is inexpensive compared to similar properties elsewhere in the Hakuba Valley. 

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Hakuba Tsugaike

Tsugaike

Tsugaike ski resort is the perfect place for beginners learning to ski and for those just getting into backcountry skiing and snowboarding.

The village has retained its character and is well suited to visitors seeking a Japanese experience in a sleepy village setting. 

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Hakuba Cortina

Cortina / Norikura

Cortina / Norikura is not the largest ski resort in the Hakuba Valley but does have some impressive off-piste terrain and boasts the most snowfall, making it a firm favourite on powder days. 

There are no developed villages at the base of either ski resort, rather a handful of smaller accommodations and one family friendly ski in / ski out destination resort hotel at the base of each resort.

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Room Availability Information / Booking

The light blue bar at the top of the page shows the price and availability status of the accommodation (Available OR Enquire for Availability) for the stay dates listed.

When changing the stay dates, be sure to click the Update button to get the price and availability status of the new dates.

Where a discount is on offer, the pricing shown has the discount already applied.

Checking Availability

If the availability status is “Enquire for Availability” you can check availability by clicking on the “Enquire Now” button and submitting the accommodation enquiry form.

Please ensure you select “I/we would like to Check if this accommodation is available” in the first field of the form.

We will respond to you via email to confirm the availability status within 24-48 hours.

Booking

To proceed with booking the accommodation, click on the “Book Now” button and submit the accommodation enquiry form.

Please ensure you select “I/we would like to Book this accommodation” in the first field of the form.

Within 24-48 hours, we will send instructions to you on how to pay the deposit required to secure the booking.

The price of bookings is fixed in Japanese Yen but you can pay in your home currency.

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