Displaying items by tag: Lift Access Backcountry Tours

Iwanai CAT Skiing/ Snowboarding Tour

Our full-day CAT Iwanai Skiing Snowboarding tour is one of most popular tours. With our knowledgeable, fully trained and experienced guide showing you the way, it allows you access to an entire mountain privately for the day. Yes...your own private skiing area for the day with a variety of long runs from top to bottom of over a vertical height of over 700m. Snowboarders have no need to worry, as a former FIS rated skiing area, it means constant vertical with no flat patches along the way. Price include transport (pith pick-up and drop-off), approximately 6 runs a day, lunch.

 Iwanai is situated on the western side of Hokkaido, with a unique "Sea of Japan" ocean coastline background, this makes it a unique experience. Take in the brillant views, while experiencing long wide open turns back down into the valley. A very popular tour, with limited seats, so be sure to book as early as possible. For further information contact NOASC.

Additional Info

  • Price 65,000 per person.
  • Meeting Time 8:15 AM (inquire about pick-up time and location)
  • Duration 8:30 - 17:00 (approx 5hrs including lunch break)
  • Min. Age 13 years and above
  • Min. Persons 4-(14 max.)
  • Season January to late March

Niseko First Step Backcountry Tour

An ideal tour for the first timer backcountry skier/snowboarder. When coming to Niseko for  the first time, one is always amazed about the amount of snow. This is your chance to learn about why Niseko is fast becoming on of the most popular powder skiing/snowboarding destinations in the world today.

Our experienced guides will show you the way, and what all the hipe is all about! They will introduce you to the necessary equipment and it's correct use, on the tour.

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Yesterday's Backcountry Avalanche Awareness Course photos. Have a look at our facebook page for more photos.



Our Annupuri 1 Day Lift access backcountry tour on the 7th. Check out the great POWDER turns...! Skiing the east ridge and surrounding area backside.

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