The average temperature is 4 degree warmer and the sunshine duration is 1.6 times longer than usual in these 10 days. In addition, there was rain 2 times, so Hakuba Sanosaka Ski Area will finish the winter operation on 3/21 (Tue), 5 days earlier than scheduled this season. 4 people from Shizuoka Prefecture said, “We will go to university next April. We came to Sanosaka for the first time by Orion Tour.”
The clouds covering the sky this morning broke away and we had a calm sunny day. The groomed slopes of Paradise (Photo), Paradise Downhill and Carving were slashy and in corn snow condition. My skis ran well on the slopes, so I could enjoy comfortable riding.
The slopes were quiet today, so they remained flat and in good condition even after 11:00 a.m. By the way, you can join the lessons of SAJ Official Hakuba Sanosaka Ski School (Photo) and Hakuba Kamoshika Snowboard School until the last operation day on 3/21 (Tue).
Although the officially announced snow amount is “50cm” today, but bushes and the ground were not exposed in the 3 available courses. (*There were some buses on the side of the skier’s left in the bottom area of Carving) In Carving (Photo), I could see the favor of Spring at the deep spurs.
[Hakuba Sanosaka Availability Information on 3/14 (Tue)]
*All courses are available!
*Available Lifts … No.2 Quad, No.6 Pair (8:30-)
*Left Fees … Adult JPY3,000, 6-12 y/o JPY1,000 *Preschooler Free
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