Experience all the Niseko Area has to offer with our Day Trips!

Rusutsu Ski Resort

Just a 45 min drive from Niseko, Rusutsu Ski Resort has great groomed piste for beginners and is very good for intermediates, but the highlight is the fantastic fall line tree skiing that can be easily accessed straight off the lifts and with minimal traversing (joy for snowboarders!).

The great powder runs generally don’t have steep pitches or drop-offs, so it’s a great place to learn to ski or board powder. You don’t have to share the fresh lines with many others as the resort is generally uncrowded relative to nearby Niseko, and even on the weekends it’s rare to see a lift line.

Kiroro Ski Resort

Just a 55 min drive from Niseko, Kiroro Snow World is a destination resort with modern facilities and infrastructure, Kiroro flies under the radar relative to some of the high profile Hokkaido ski resorts nearby, Kiroro is a snow magnet receiving the most annual snow fall in the area. The lack of crowds and great tree
skiing makes Kiroro one of our favorite local resorts.

Niseko Moiwa Ski Resort

Many people think that Niseko Japan is made up of four ski resorts, yet in reality Niseko is comprised of five resorts. The small Moiwa ski resort is often considered to be the forgotten cousin of Niseko. Niseko-Moiwa may be hidden in the shadow of the ever popular “Niseko”, yet Moiwa can be a superb place to feed your addiction for powder. Away from the hustle and bustle of “Niseko”, the Niseko Moiwa resort (formerly known as La Ponte) receives awesome dumps of snow but minus the hordes.