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Hakuba 47 & Goryu Japan


4.5 / 5

based on 54 reviews


Advanced / Expert

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The Good 

  • Reliable snowfall and excellent ski touring across resorts
  • Top notch terrain park plus an open gate for backcountry access
  • Modern and fast lift system combined with quiet slopes during the week
  • In-bounds off-piste terrain serves up waist deep pow!
  • Family-friendly resort

The Bad

  • On-mountain dining lacks variety and restaurants get packed!
  • Extremely limited accommodation options at the base areas
  • Lack of après-ski and off-slope activities

Find Freshies: Head over the back ridge at Goryu or weave through the trees at Hakuba 47 for plenty of powder stashes. The resort is north facing so the snow is fresh for days! 

Ditch the Crowds: Intermediate skiers can escape the crowds in the Iimori area while advanced skiers can check out the well-spaced out Grand Prix Course. During weekends, Hakuba 47 sees fewer local crowds. 

Local's Pick: Route 1 at Hakuba 47 is a long, straight and fast run, so fast in fact, it's used for downhill races! In Goryu, the Grand Prix Course has just the right steepness and enough space to make wide turns. Dive into the off-piste trees along this course, the waist deep pow here is a real treat!

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4.5 / 5

based on 54 reviews

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LCLaurence C.
advanced skier

3.3 / 5

Dec 04, 2017
Goryu is largely beginner/intermediate with the steeper stuff on the other side of the hill in 47. One long groomed black. Not as much tree skiing as other resorts.Limited dining... More
BKBenjamin K.
expert snowboarder

4.9 / 5

Dec 04, 2017
A excellent resort with a good mix of park and groomed runs and not to mention the off piste. Powder quality is one of the best in Japan. Lots of other snow activities to suit all age ranges. The evenings are always full of energy for those who seek some night life.... More
MGMorgan G.
advanced snowboarder

4.5 / 5

Dec 04, 2017
Awesome resort, less crowded than neighbouring resorts but with just as much fun terrain. Goryu is great for beginners through to advanced riders with wide open runs perfect for powder day carves. 47 is generally steeper and caters a little more towards more technical riding.... More
MAMorgan A.
intermediate snowboarder

4.8 / 5

Dec 04, 2017
An amazing experience for a first time snowboarder that has spurred a love for the sport! This was the perfect resort to learn and become more comfortable shredding around the hill!... More
NMNeihana M.
advanced snowboarder

4.4 / 5

Dec 04, 2017
Some of the best turns and deepest powder! This resort is catered to all types of riders from beginner to expert. Food and Après is some of the best i've had. Will be coming until i'm 100.... More
JAJohn A.
advanced snowboarder

4.5 / 5

Dec 04, 2017
Love 47, and still one of my top places to go every year. I learned to snowboard here and yet I can come back and still be challenged every year.... More
QNQuyen N.
intermediate skier

5 / 5

Dec 04, 2017
My Hakuba trip in 2017 was a great experience. I was just an intermediate skier but the feeling really kicked in when I let myself go on the slope. The hotel was awesome, hot spring was super relax, food was imaginable. Definitely recommend !... More
JFJames F.
advanced snowboarder

4.7 / 5

Dec 03, 2017
Hakuba 47 & Goryu has got to be my favourite place to ride so far. With something for everyone; whether your looking for some park laps, sliding on some groomers, or getting waste deep in pow, 47 and Goryu are for you. They even have a beginners park where you can start to slide... More
SCScott C.
advanced skier

5 / 5

Dec 03, 2017
We stayed in hakkuba in 2015. Such a nice place, beautiful town, amazing skiing, what more could you want? I would very much love to see it again in the future :) ... More
LVLuke V.
advanced skier

3.5 / 5

Dec 03, 2017
Great ski area for a mixed ability groups as there is something for everyone. There are plenty of services on site for equipment rentals and repairs. Affordable and tasty food services across both ski areas as well. ... More


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2,461 feet
5,499 feet
Vertical drop
3,038 feet


Total runs
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Longest Run
4 miles
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