Hachimantai Ski Resort Shimokura Area

Located halfway between Iwate and Hachimantai, it is a ski resort that develops on the east slope of Shimokura. If you think that there is a Cobb slope with maximum slope of 37 degrees in this exquisite location, if there are long cruising courses with rhythmic slopes in succession, we showed a unique color tone for each of all seven richly varied courses, It makes you feel attractive enough to slide. Also, it is famous for not being influenced by the seasonal wind. For that reason it is hard to become an ice burn and foot snow always makes a live sensation. The exhilaration feeling of running this exquisite live snow over the beech forest is unique in Shimokura.

Season Information
Before opening (April 26, 2019)
Address
岩手県八幡平市松尾寄木松川国有林559
Contact No.
+81-195-78-3456
Access
東北道松尾八幡平ICから約12km
Official Website
http://www.hachimantai.co.jp
Best time to see
December 15 ~March 31
Other Information2
Amount of snow:0cm

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

Hachimantai Ski Resort Shimokura Area

Located halfway between Iwate and Hachimantai, it is a ski resort that develops on the east slope of Shimokura. If you think that there is a Cobb slope with maximum slope of 37 degrees in this exquisite location, if there are long cruising courses with rhythmic slopes in succession, we showed a unique color tone for each of all seven richly varied courses, It makes you feel attractive enough to slide. Also, it is famous for not being influenced by the seasonal wind. For that reason it is hard to become an ice burn and foot snow always makes a live sensation. The exhilaration feeling of running this exquisite live snow over the beech forest is unique in Shimokura.

※ Some information is displayed in Japanese and machine-translated English, which may not be accurate.
For the latest information, please check the official website for each spot.

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