TOMAMU SKI GROUND
Tomamu is split into two areas. One of which is vastly superior than the other. The ski lifts can be prone to wind affected closure. There is a reasonable sized terrain park by Japanese standard, and a fun kids area at the end of the run. The front mountain harbours numerous patches of fantastic tree skiing between the piste. On a good powder morning you could be skiing untracked boot deep pow in bounds as it is not routinely groomed after a night of fresh snow fall. The back country is limitless and faces a favourable direction, but you will need to climb out. You could spend the whole day out there after one lift ride, but you wouldn’t want to do that because you deserve a good feed at the club house.
Queued in as the third mountain range to receive the perennial weather system and snow fall from the west, the snow here is super dry albeit at times at a lower volume. This is a horrible place to have snow ball fights, and for those who feels the cold. It is, however, one of the easiest central Hokkaido ski resort to get to by train, and a great place to sample that super light Hokkaido teflon coated powder snow. Tour suggestions can be found here.
Pat: Easiest accessed tree runs and great out the back
Pat: Any time when there is fresh snow !
Pat: Easy to access tree runs variable terrain and if you keep going can get fresh lines most of the day!
Bottom 540 m
INCLUDED IN THE PRICE
- Ninja Powder guides will supplies the following (if required) ・Transport ・Guide ・Smiles all day and the best powder lines !
- !! Lift pass NOT included