A Guide to your Ski Holidays in Niseko


Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

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29th April

If Niseko is the crown jewel of Japanese skiing, then Rusutsu is one of its most lustrous, and least known, diamond clusters.

Rusutsu is only 40 minutes away from Niseko by car but still relatively unknown to ‘gaijin’ – or foreigners – who have fuelled Japan’s skiing boom of the past decade.

Its three linked mountains, East, West and Mt Isola, give it more than 200ha of skiable terrain. Rusutsu’s snow cover is every bit as good as Niseko’s, the most famous resort on the island of Hokkaido, but its comparative obscurity means there are fewer people to share it with. Locals say it’s what Niseko was like eight years ago – more untracked snow, few foreigners and few English language signs.

There are few lift lines and most people seem to ski on-piste, leaving fresh tracks for those who want to dive … Read More »


Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

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29th April

If Niseko is the crown jewel of Japanese skiing, then Rusutsu is one of its most lustrous, and least known, diamond clusters.

Rusutsu is only 40 minutes away from Niseko by car but still relatively unknown to ‘gaijin’ – or foreigners – who have fuelled Japan’s skiing boom of the past decade.

Its three linked mountains, East, West and Mt Isola, give it more than 200ha of skiable terrain. Rusutsu’s snow cover is every bit as good as Niseko’s, the most famous resort on the island of Hokkaido, but its comparative obscurity means there are fewer people to share it with. Locals say it’s what Niseko was like eight years ago – more untracked snow, few foreigners and few English language signs.

There are few lift lines and most people seem to ski on-piste, leaving fresh tracks for those who want to dive … Read More »


Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

Posted by Google News Archive in Niseko News. Comments Off on Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

29th April

If Niseko is the crown jewel of Japanese skiing, then Rusutsu is one of its most lustrous, and least known, diamond clusters.

Rusutsu is only 40 minutes away from Niseko by car but still relatively unknown to ‘gaijin’ – or foreigners – who have fuelled Japan’s skiing boom of the past decade.

Its three linked mountains, East, West and Mt Isola, give it more than 200ha of skiable terrain. Rusutsu’s snow cover is every bit as good as Niseko’s, the most famous resort on the island of Hokkaido, but its comparative obscurity means there are fewer people to share it with. Locals say it’s what Niseko was like eight years ago – more untracked snow, few foreigners and few English language signs.

There are few lift lines and most people seem to ski on-piste, leaving fresh tracks for those who want to … Read More »


Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

Posted by Google News Archive in Niseko News. Comments Off on Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

29th April

If Niseko is the crown jewel of Japanese skiing, then Rusutsu is one of its most lustrous, and least known, diamond clusters.

Rusutsu is only 40 minutes away from Niseko by car but still relatively unknown to ‘gaijin’ – or foreigners – who have fuelled Japan’s skiing boom of the past decade.

Its three linked mountains, East, West and Mt Isola, give it more than 200ha of skiable terrain. Rusutsu’s snow cover is every bit as good as Niseko’s, the most famous resort on the island of Hokkaido, but its comparative obscurity means there are fewer people to share it with. Locals say it’s what Niseko was like eight years ago – more untracked snow, few foreigners and few English language signs.

There are few lift lines and most people seem to ski on-piste, leaving fresh tracks for those who want to dive … Read More »


Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

Posted by Google News Archive in Niseko News. Comments Off on Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

29th April

If Niseko is the crown jewel of Japanese skiing, then Rusutsu is one of its most lustrous, and least known, diamond clusters.

Rusutsu is only 40 minutes away from Niseko by car but still relatively unknown to ‘gaijin’ – or foreigners – who have fuelled Japan’s skiing boom of the past decade.

Its three linked mountains, East, West and Mt Isola, give it more than 200ha of skiable terrain. Rusutsu’s snow cover is every bit as good as Niseko’s, the most famous resort on the island of Hokkaido, but its comparative obscurity means there are fewer people to share it with. Locals say it’s what Niseko was like eight years ago – more untracked snow, few foreigners and few English language signs.

There are few lift lines and most people seem to ski on-piste, leaving fresh tracks for those who want to dive … Read More »


Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

Posted by Google News Archive in Niseko News. Comments Off on Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

29th April

If Niseko is the crown jewel of Japanese skiing, then Rusutsu is one of its most lustrous, and least known, diamond clusters.

Rusutsu is only 40 minutes away from Niseko by car but still relatively unknown to ‘gaijin’ – or foreigners – who have fuelled Japan’s skiing boom of the past decade.

Its three linked mountains, East, West and Mt Isola, give it more than 200ha of skiable terrain. Rusutsu’s snow cover is every bit as good as Niseko’s, the most famous resort on the island of Hokkaido, but its comparative obscurity means there are fewer people to share it with. Locals say it’s what Niseko was like eight years ago – more untracked snow, few foreigners and few English language signs.

There are few lift lines and most people seem to ski on-piste, leaving fresh tracks for those who want to dive … Read More »


Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

Posted by Google News Archive in Niseko News. Comments Off on Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

29th April

If Niseko is the crown jewel of Japanese skiing, then Rusutsu is one of its most lustrous, and least known, diamond clusters.

Rusutsu is only 40 minutes away from Niseko by car but still relatively unknown to ‘gaijin’ – or foreigners – who have fuelled Japan’s skiing boom of the past decade.

Its three linked mountains, East, West and Mt Isola, give it more than 200ha of skiable terrain. Rusutsu’s snow cover is every bit as good as Niseko’s, the most famous resort on the island of Hokkaido, but its comparative obscurity means there are fewer people to share it with. Locals say it’s what Niseko was like eight years ago – more untracked snow, few foreigners and few English language signs.

There are few lift lines and most people seem to ski on-piste, leaving fresh tracks for those who want to dive … Read More »


Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

Posted by Google News Archive in Niseko News. Comments Off on Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

29th April

If Niseko is the crown jewel of Japanese skiing, then Rusutsu is one of its most lustrous, and least known, diamond clusters.

Rusutsu is only 40 minutes away from Niseko by car but still relatively unknown to ‘gaijin’ – or foreigners – who have fuelled Japan’s skiing boom of the past decade.

Its three linked mountains, East, West and Mt Isola, give it more than 200ha of skiable terrain. Rusutsu’s snow cover is every bit as good as Niseko’s, the most famous resort on the island of Hokkaido, but its comparative obscurity means there are fewer people to share it with. Locals say it’s what Niseko was like eight years ago – more untracked snow, few foreigners and few English language signs.

There are few lift lines and most people seem to ski on-piste, leaving fresh tracks for those who want to dive … Read More »


Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

Posted by Google News Archive in Niseko News. Comments Off on Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

29th April

If Niseko is the crown jewel of Japanese skiing, then Rusutsu is one of its most lustrous, and least known, diamond clusters.

Rusutsu is only 40 minutes away from Niseko by car but still relatively unknown to ‘gaijin’ – or foreigners – who have fuelled Japan’s skiing boom of the past decade.

Its three linked mountains, East, West and Mt Isola, give it more than 200ha of skiable terrain. Rusutsu’s snow cover is every bit as good as Niseko’s, the most famous resort on the island of Hokkaido, but its comparative obscurity means there are fewer people to share it with. Locals say it’s what Niseko was like eight years ago – more untracked snow, few foreigners and few English language signs.

There are few lift lines and most people seem to ski on-piste, leaving fresh tracks for those who want to dive … Read More »


Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

Posted by Google News Archive in Niseko News. Comments Off on Japan: Rusutsu’s big, white, snowy pillow is hard to resist – New Zealand Herald

29th April

If Niseko is the crown jewel of Japanese skiing, then Rusutsu is one of its most lustrous, and least known, diamond clusters.

Rusutsu is only 40 minutes away from Niseko by car but still relatively unknown to ‘gaijin’ – or foreigners – who have fuelled Japan’s skiing boom of the past decade.

Its three linked mountains, East, West and Mt Isola, give it more than 200ha of skiable terrain. Rusutsu’s snow cover is every bit as good as Niseko’s, the most famous resort on the island of Hokkaido, but its comparative obscurity means there are fewer people to share it with. Locals say it’s what Niseko was like eight years ago – more untracked snow, few foreigners and few English language signs.

There are few lift lines and most people seem to ski on-piste, leaving fresh tracks for those who want to dive … Read More »





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Niseko Snow Report & Forecast 28 December 2014 – Powderlife Niseko (blog)

Niseko’s relentless early season snowfall is finally coming to a pause with no new snow in the past 24 hours nor snow predicted overnight...

Niseko Snow Report & Forecast 27 December 2014 – Powderlife Niseko (blog)

December 27, 2014

Heavy amounts of snow over the last several days, coupled with sunshine and low temperatures made for awesome skiing and riding conditions...

Niseko Snow Report & Forecast 26 December 2014 – Powderlife Niseko (blog)

December 26, 2014

It`s deep out there. Great day to ski off all the Christmas turkey and wine, and enjoy some of the finest powder...

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