Hakuba Cortina

Ski resorts in Japan
Hakuba Cortina belong to Hakuba.

Snow forecast

  • Friday

    0.8 mm rain
    Partly cloudy

    1 m/s
  • Saturday

    0 cm
    Partly cloudy

    2 m/s
  • Sunday

    0.2 mm rain
    Sun/clear sky

    2 m/s
What do you think about Hakuba Cortina?
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Apparently, it falls most snow in Cortina out of all the ski areas in Hakuba. The reason being said that Cortina is closest to the sea and snowfall "sticks" over Cortina. 40-50cm fresh snow overnight is apparently not uncommon and I had to experience this myself during my stay in Cortina.
Cruel rides in fairly steep parts with sparse forest. Cortina offers endless choices to go off-piste, but days when it snows really much during the nights unfortunately attracts the whole of Hakuba Valley, it feels like - which means that waiting in the lift queue becomes long, and the forest is quickly alert. If you hide, the landscape opens up and the possibilities of finding cruel yokes are endless.
Unfortunately, the ride is quite short - but a lovely experience.
The snow is just as easy as you dream of ***

Why ***
- The snow and the snow
- Easily accessible off-piste
- sparse forest

- Gets fast alerted
- Pretty short runs
- The lift system is designed to create a lift queue
- Isolated from other Hakuba Valley

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Trail map

Trail map Hakuba Cortina

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