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Furano Ski Resort, Furano

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Must see · Ski Area · Outdoor Activity
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Furano Ski Resort features two connected peaks, each offering fast runs, terrain parks, downhill courses, as well as a number of gentler slopes suitable for beginners. Take the super-fast ropeway and then a chairlift that will take you to the peak of the mountain, from where you can admire a panoramic view of the valley and the Tokachi Peak Mountain Range. The resort also includes areas that provide opportunities for snowmobiling, snow rafting, parasailing, and dogsledding. For Furano Ski Resort and beyond, use our Furano online trip itinerary builder to get the most from your Furano vacation.
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  • Spent 4 days here at the end of Niseko trip and ticked a lot of the boxes. Need more time here and will be back definitely. Good resort and town that isn't as chaotic as Niseko but more options and....  more
    Spent 4 days here at the end of Niseko trip and ticked a lot of the boxes. Need more time here and will be back definitely. Good resort and town that isn't as chaotic as Niseko but more options and....  more »
  • The Furano Prince ski resort website said the Kitanomine side of the ski mountain would open mid December.. There was plenty of snow when we arrived on 21st but only Furano side was operating and... 
    The Furano Prince ski resort website said the Kitanomine side of the ski mountain would open mid December.. There was plenty of snow when we arrived on 21st but only Furano side was operating and...  more »
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  • Had a lot of fun skiing here in late December. Beginner slopes felt slightly longer than the ones in Niseko Annupuri, the lift could only take 2 pax at a time, and the snow is wetter (which means more slippery). However, it's way way less crowded than Niseko.
  • Travelled from New Zealand to ski here, 21 December but only quarter of the area is open despite plenty of snow. Website says it would be open from mid December. There are no shuttles for people staying at the side which is closed. Skiable area open is small and lift lines long in the morning . Tickets are not discounted to reflect small skiing area.

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