A Guide to your Ski Holidays in Niseko


See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

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8th April

Skiiers and snowboarders might find it strange to head in summer to Niseko, on the island of Hokkaido, famed for the powdery snow of its mountain range. Yet, the Japanese resort town in warmer months offers big-air thrills of its own – from tree-trekking and ziplining to sampling breath-taking uni and drinking whisky.

From June to October, the views there are no less stunning, with lush greenery and majestic mountains providing a picturesque backdrop to Niseko Village, as well as the neighbouring towns of Shakotan, Otaru and Yoichi, havens for fresh seafood, shopping and adventure sports.

I stay at the family-friendly Hilton Niseko Village (niseko.hilton.com, tel: +81-136-44-1111), which is open the whole year round. (Nearby, The Green Leaf Niseko Village – both are owned by YTL Hotels – opens only during the winter season, to cater to ski enthusiasts.)

Pure (niseko-village.com, tel: +81-136-44-2211) … Read More »


See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

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8th April

Skiiers and snowboarders might find it strange to head in summer to Niseko, on the island of Hokkaido, famed for the powdery snow of its mountain range. Yet, the Japanese resort town in warmer months offers big-air thrills of its own – from tree-trekking and ziplining to sampling breath-taking uni and drinking whisky.

From June to October, the views there are no less stunning, with lush greenery and majestic mountains providing a picturesque backdrop to Niseko Village, as well as the neighbouring towns of Shakotan, Otaru and Yoichi, havens for fresh seafood, shopping and adventure sports.

I stay at the family-friendly Hilton Niseko Village (niseko.hilton.com, tel: +81-136-44-1111), which is open the whole year round. (Nearby, The Green Leaf Niseko Village – both are owned by YTL Hotels – opens only during the winter season, to cater to ski enthusiasts.)

Pure (niseko-village.com, tel: +81-136-44-2211) … Read More »


See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

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8th April

Skiiers and snowboarders might find it strange to head in summer to Niseko, on the island of Hokkaido, famed for the powdery snow of its mountain range. Yet, the Japanese resort town in warmer months offers big-air thrills of its own – from tree-trekking and ziplining to sampling breath-taking uni and drinking whisky.

From June to October, the views there are no less stunning, with lush greenery and majestic mountains providing a picturesque backdrop to Niseko Village, as well as the neighbouring towns of Shakotan, Otaru and Yoichi, havens for fresh seafood, shopping and adventure sports.

I stay at the family-friendly Hilton Niseko Village (niseko.hilton.com, tel: +81-136-44-1111), which is open the whole year round. (Nearby, The Green Leaf Niseko Village – both are owned by YTL Hotels – opens only during the winter season, to cater to ski enthusiasts.)

Pure (niseko-village.com, tel: +81-136-44-2211) … Read More »


See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

Posted by Google News Archive in Niseko News. Comments Off on See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

8th April

Skiiers and snowboarders might find it strange to head in summer to Niseko, on the island of Hokkaido, famed for the powdery snow of its mountain range. Yet, the Japanese resort town in warmer months offers big-air thrills of its own – from tree-trekking and ziplining to sampling breath-taking uni and drinking whisky.

From June to October, the views there are no less stunning, with lush greenery and majestic mountains providing a picturesque backdrop to Niseko Village, as well as the neighbouring towns of Shakotan, Otaru and Yoichi, havens for fresh seafood, shopping and adventure sports.

I stay at the family-friendly Hilton Niseko Village (niseko.hilton.com, tel: +81-136-44-1111), which is open the whole year round. (Nearby, The Green Leaf Niseko Village – both are owned by YTL Hotels – opens only during the winter season, to cater to ski enthusiasts.)

Pure (niseko-village.com, tel: +81-136-44-2211) … Read More »


See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

Posted by Google News Archive in Niseko News. Comments Off on See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

8th April

Skiiers and snowboarders might find it strange to head in summer to Niseko, on the island of Hokkaido, famed for the powdery snow of its mountain range. Yet, the Japanese resort town in warmer months offers big-air thrills of its own – from tree-trekking and ziplining to sampling breath-taking uni and drinking whisky.

From June to October, the views there are no less stunning, with lush greenery and majestic mountains providing a picturesque backdrop to Niseko Village, as well as the neighbouring towns of Shakotan, Otaru and Yoichi, havens for fresh seafood, shopping and adventure sports.

I stay at the family-friendly Hilton Niseko Village (niseko.hilton.com, tel: +81-136-44-1111), which is open the whole year round. (Nearby, The Green Leaf Niseko Village – both are owned by YTL Hotels – opens only during the winter season, to cater to ski enthusiasts.)

Pure (niseko-village.com, tel: +81-136-44-2211) … Read More »


See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

Posted by Google News Archive in Niseko News. Comments Off on See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

8th April

Skiiers and snowboarders might find it strange to head in summer to Niseko, on the island of Hokkaido, famed for the powdery snow of its mountain range. Yet, the Japanese resort town in warmer months offers big-air thrills of its own – from tree-trekking and ziplining to sampling breath-taking uni and drinking whisky.

From June to October, the views there are no less stunning, with lush greenery and majestic mountains providing a picturesque backdrop to Niseko Village, as well as the neighbouring towns of Shakotan, Otaru and Yoichi, havens for fresh seafood, shopping and adventure sports.

I stay at the family-friendly Hilton Niseko Village (niseko.hilton.com, tel: +81-136-44-1111), which is open the whole year round. (Nearby, The Green Leaf Niseko Village – both are owned by YTL Hotels – opens only during the winter season, to cater to ski enthusiasts.)

Pure (niseko-village.com, tel: +81-136-44-2211) … Read More »


See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

Posted by Google News Archive in Niseko News. Comments Off on See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

8th April

Skiiers and snowboarders might find it strange to head in summer to Niseko, on the island of Hokkaido, famed for the powdery snow of its mountain range. Yet, the Japanese resort town in warmer months offers big-air thrills of its own – from tree-trekking and ziplining to sampling breath-taking uni and drinking whisky.

From June to October, the views there are no less stunning, with lush greenery and majestic mountains providing a picturesque backdrop to Niseko Village, as well as the neighbouring towns of Shakotan, Otaru and Yoichi, havens for fresh seafood, shopping and adventure sports.

I stay at the family-friendly Hilton Niseko Village (niseko.hilton.com, tel: +81-136-44-1111), which is open the whole year round. (Nearby, The Green Leaf Niseko Village – both are owned by YTL Hotels – opens only during the winter season, to cater to ski enthusiasts.)

Pure (niseko-village.com, tel: +81-136-44-2211) … Read More »


See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

Posted by Google News Archive in Niseko News. Comments Off on See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

8th April

Skiiers and snowboarders might find it strange to head in summer to Niseko, on the island of Hokkaido, famed for the powdery snow of its mountain range. Yet, the Japanese resort town in warmer months offers big-air thrills of its own – from tree-trekking and ziplining to sampling breath-taking uni and drinking whisky.

From June to October, the views there are no less stunning, with lush greenery and majestic mountains providing a picturesque backdrop to Niseko Village, as well as the neighbouring towns of Shakotan, Otaru and Yoichi, havens for fresh seafood, shopping and adventure sports.

I stay at the family-friendly Hilton Niseko Village (niseko.hilton.com, tel: +81-136-44-1111), which is open the whole year round. (Nearby, The Green Leaf Niseko Village – both are owned by YTL Hotels – opens only during the winter season, to cater to ski enthusiasts.)

Pure (niseko-village.com, tel: +81-136-44-2211) … Read More »


See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

Posted by Google News Archive in Niseko News. Comments Off on See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

8th April

Skiiers and snowboarders might find it strange to head in summer to Niseko, on the island of Hokkaido, famed for the powdery snow of its mountain range. Yet, the Japanese resort town in warmer months offers big-air thrills of its own – from tree-trekking and ziplining to sampling breath-taking uni and drinking whisky.

From June to October, the views there are no less stunning, with lush greenery and majestic mountains providing a picturesque backdrop to Niseko Village, as well as the neighbouring towns of Shakotan, Otaru and Yoichi, havens for fresh seafood, shopping and adventure sports.

I stay at the family-friendly Hilton Niseko Village (niseko.hilton.com, tel: +81-136-44-1111), which is open the whole year round. (Nearby, The Green Leaf Niseko Village – both are owned by YTL Hotels – opens only during the winter season, to cater to ski enthusiasts.)

Pure (niseko-village.com, tel: +81-136-44-2211) … Read More »


See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

Posted by Google News Archive in Niseko News. Comments Off on See Hokkaido’s Niseko without its famous snow – Straits Times

8th April

Skiiers and snowboarders might find it strange to head in summer to Niseko, on the island of Hokkaido, famed for the powdery snow of its mountain range. Yet, the Japanese resort town in warmer months offers big-air thrills of its own – from tree-trekking and ziplining to sampling breath-taking uni and drinking whisky.

From June to October, the views there are no less stunning, with lush greenery and majestic mountains providing a picturesque backdrop to Niseko Village, as well as the neighbouring towns of Shakotan, Otaru and Yoichi, havens for fresh seafood, shopping and adventure sports.

I stay at the family-friendly Hilton Niseko Village (niseko.hilton.com, tel: +81-136-44-1111), which is open the whole year round. (Nearby, The Green Leaf Niseko Village – both are owned by YTL Hotels – opens only during the winter season, to cater to ski enthusiasts.)

Pure (niseko-village.com, tel: +81-136-44-2211) … 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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