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Ski and Snowboard Resorts in Hyogo

  • Hachi Kita KogenSki Resort
    Hyogo Mikata-gun Kamicho Muraoka-ku Osasa 580-1
    This ski resort has 25 courses, making it the biggest in the Kansai region, and also has a snow park area outfitted with jumps and jibs. Two lifts leave right from the Hachikita Hotspring bathhouse and inn, making it possible to get to the slopes straight from the place where you are staying. The extra challenging Hokuheki (the north face) course is a steep slope which starts at the top of the mountain and consists of beautiful stretches of moguls.
  • The Snow Park Okukannabe
    Hyougo Pref. Toyokashi Hidakachouyamata 710
    The Snow Park Okukannabe connects to the adjacent Manba Ski Area via its sixth pair lift, and with a total of 14 courses this large resort satisfies everyone from beginners to advanced level skiers. A family pair lift runs straight from the parking lot to the slopes, making it great for those with children. Its school has a variety of ski and snowboard classes, including family, private, and kids lessons for children as young as five.
  • Rokkosan Snow Resort
    Hyougo Pref. Koubeshi Nada-ku Rokkousanchou Kitarokkou 4512-98
    Rokkosan Snow Park with its three relatively gentle slopes is great for beginner level skiers and snowboarders. It’s also popular with advanced level skiers looking for a warm-up for winter as well as winding up the season. They offer night skiing on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, so you can enjoy it on your way back from work or school.
  • Hachikogen Ski Area
    Hyougo Pref. Yabushi Tando Nishi-kako corner 909-1
    Hachikogen Ski Area has something for everyone. Kansai’s largest snow park is on its Chuo Slope Pair Course, and it’s well outfitted whether you’re a beginner or an advanced level skier. Its 14 courses include a kids park. The Highland View Course has a fabulous view of the Chuo slopes below, and the length, gradient, and snow quality of the Super Star Course descending from the top of Mt. Takamaru makes is popular with advanced level skiers.
  • Sky Valley Ski Resort
    Hyougo Pref. Mikatagunkamichou Muraoka-ku Nakaotani 701
    This ski resort has good access at just a two-hour drive from Osaka. It shares a lift ticket with the adjacent Hyperbowl Tohachi resort, providing a great variety of courses for you to choose from. The ski center is open 24 hours and you can use their nap room at night. Besides offering skiing and snowboarding, they also rent snowmotos and snowracers.
  • Ojiro Ski Resort
    Hyougo Pref. Mikatagunkamichou Ojiro-ku Otani 463
    This ski resort is adjacent to Fureai Onsen Ojiron in Hyogo Prefecture’s Tajima district. It has a newly constructed dog run where you can let your pet off its leash to run free and you can ride the only 8-seater gondola in the prefecture with your pet when using the run (certain conditions apply). Their Otani No.1 Course with the mountains rising on both sides is the resort’s longest slope and is popular with speed skiers.
  • Hyounosen Kokusai Ski Resort
    Hyougo Pref. Yabushi Narao 509
    Hyounosen Kokusai Ski Resort is Kansai’s only racing center. It has a variety of courses for everyone from beginners to advanced level skiers. The large Panorama Course part way up Mt. Hyono’s varied northern slope is popular. There is also a park area with various items and the Kids Smile Park where parents and kids can play together.
  • Kannabe Kogen Manba Ski & Snowboard
    Hyougo Pref. Toyokashi Hidakachoumamba 480
    This ski area is located in the amazing natural setting of Kannabe Highland, northern Hyogo’s premier resort. It has a variety of courses that everyone can enjoy. Only about 15 minutes from the Kitakinki Toyooka Expressway’s Hidaka Kannabe Kogen Interchange, it has great access from the Keihanshin area. The broad and gentle Family Slope in front of the ticket office is great for beginners. It starts right near the parking lot, making it popular with families. It’s Rinkan Course is Kansai’s longest at 4,000 meters with a 455-meter difference in elevation.
  • Hyperbowl Tohachi Resort
    Hyougo Pref. Yabushi Bekku 284
    This ski resort features an ultra-wide-open run at the top of the mountain. Their lift tickets can also be used at the Sky Valley Ski Resort next door. The Higashione Downhill Course accessed from the top of the Katsura No. 2 Pair Lift is mainly for advanced level skiers. Its steep drop starts from near the top, making it Hyperbowl Tohachi’s most challenging run. Right near the parking lot, the open 3,000 square meter Chibikko Slope is popular with families.
  • Up Kannabe
    Hyougo Pref. Toyokashi Hidakachoukurisuno 59-78
    This resort has good access, being only 15 minutes from the Hidaka Kannabe Kogen Interchange and accessible via a national route that’s kept plowed through the winter. 80% of the courses are easy beginner and intermediate slopes, making it especially popular with those new to skiing. With an average slope of seven degrees, all the runs are broad so there’s no worry of running off the course or into other skiers. There are two kids areas, and the Ueno Daira Slope’s Super Kids Way is Japan’s longest at 150 meters. It is also nice that there’s a gas station and a convenience store on the way to the resort from the interchange.