Japan - Honshu & Hokkaido
The Japanese sushi powder is infamous. We are looking back on more than 10 years of experience and have witnessed the freeride development from its very beginning.
Over the last years...
...Japan gained more and more popularity as a freeride destination. Besides a diffrent, yet fascinating culture, tasty food and a first class infrastructure, it is mostly the constant and reliable snow falls that attract skiers from all over the world to Japans ski resorts. Countless articles in ski magazines and spectacular powder videos have contributed to it. Therefore it is no surprise that meanwhile sometimes there are long queues at the main resorts such as Niseko and everybody wants to play in the white gold.
Even more important it is to have a highly skilled mountain guide on your side, who still finds untracked powder slopes when everything near the lifts is already plowed. If you are willing to skin up for a few minutes, the options increase dramtically.
Beyond the classic and famous spots, Japan offers many more unknown and less visited resorts and areas. On a trip like our "little places that rock" you can benefit from our huge experience. Simply leave the planning to us and just concentrate on skiing the sushi powder.