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Katashina Kogen Ski Resortかたしな高原スキー場

Skiing/Snowboarding Area

This ski resort is open only to skiers, and is located in Katashina Village, Tone County, Gunma Prefecture. A ski slope which is 2,500 meters long and descends for 300 meters is provided for beginners and children to safely enjoy, as well as a course with moguls for advanced skiers. Other courses include the Kaede Course slope on a slight incline and varying width, which has become popular with intermediate level skiers. There is also the Miffy Adventure Park, which is an area where small children can enjoy mountain sledding, roasting marshmallows on campfires and other activities without the need for any equipment.


Gunma Pref. Tonegunkatashinamura Koshimoto 2990

phone 0278582161

[Lift Go through time] 8:00-16:30 (after 2 Monday 8:00-16:40)
※ Other various Descending on the facility

Review of Katashina Kogen Ski Place

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Reviewed:2018/10/03 ボーダーがいなくて快適
Reviewed:2018/04/04 初級者から上級者まで満足
Reviewed:2018/03/30 お得です”かたしな高原スキ-場”

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Gunma Pref. Tonegunkatashinamura Koshimoto 2990 [map]



[Lift Go through time] 8:00-16:30 (after 2 Monday 8:00-16:40)
※ Other various Descending on the facility
[Lift 1 Sunday Ticket (Saturday Sunday Public holiday)] Adults 4, 500 yen, Senior (over 50 years old) 3, 900 yen, Elementary School Students 3, 200 yen, Child 2, 300 yen
[Lift 1 Sunday Ticket (Weekday)] Adults 3, 200 yen, Senior 2, 700 yen, Elementary School Students 2,200 yen, Child 1,600 yen
※ It varies according to other various courses
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          Gunma prefecture is synonymous with onsen. Natural hot spring water sources throughout the prefecture have given rise to a series of small onsen towns, each set among luscious mountains. At Kusatsu, Ikaho, and Minakami, traditional indoor and outdoor bathing experiences are served hand in hand with irresistible onsen-themed food, including steam-cooked eggs and custard pudding.

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