Furano Ski Resort » Japan

Furano occupies the geographic centre of Hokkaido Japan. Furano ski resort combines some of the steepest and longest runs in Hokkaido with two interconnected ski areas, Furano and Kitanomine. Due to its central location Furano gets stable weather systems and more bluebird days affording spectacular views across the town to the Daisetsusan mountain range across the valley. Ideal for advanced skiers to families the ski area is uncrowded and the high speed modern lifts ensure you will spend more time on the snow.

Furano offers you all the options: dry powder snow, day trip options to other nearby ski areas, some of the best groomed fall line skiing, more bluebird days and a genuine cultural experience.

Why Choose Furano for your Japan Ski Holiday?

"Furano was an unexpected surprise … really had nothing to go on as none of our mates had been there, but we really enjoyed it … it was real Japanese experience. We really enjoyed eating in Kitanomine village and Furano town for eating out … found some really fantastic local restaurants and prices incredibly good value. The New Prince hotel was great (esp in house onsen and upstairs bar)

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Furano Snow & Weather Forecast

Considering Furano this ski season? Keep up to date with the latest weather and snow forecasts below to guarantee you never miss out on another pow dump or bluebird day.

Furano Mountain Facts:

- Opens Dec ~ Apr
- Snowfall - 8m
- Base/Peak Altitude - 235m/1209m
- Vertical - 974m
- Longest Run - 4km
- Lifts Open/Close - 8:30a.m/5:00p.m.
- Terrain: Beginner 40%, Intermediate 20%, Advanced 20%
- Mtn restaurants - 6
- Half pipe - Yes

Lifts:
1 Ropeway (101 person)
1 gondolas
2 quad chairs
6 double chairs
1 single chairs