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Having very nice weather, too nice unfortunately as it was just around 0 degrees and snow was melting. Regardless, it was very nice experience.
Thanks for the video! I’m assuming you rented your material, did you think it was easy to rent and did you have to do it in advance? and do you have any recommendation for a specific place? thanks :)
@fonkas you should also be able to walk into bigger hotel and ask there
@Bruno Klarin thanks for replying, we're staying at a hostel so they don't have anything, I'll still ask of they have any recommendations though
We rented @ SnowCan Ichinose Diamond Shop on spot, which was ok for us at that time, however now I see they have very bad reviews. If I were you I'd ask in hotel (in advance) or just google it more. Bigger hotels should have their own rents. Or you could just go check this place.
Just wondering if the slopes are a bit mellow for snowboarders ? don't want to get caught on flatish terrain all the time.
You have some options, but this area is fairly family friendly. Normally going all the way top on the mountain helps.
Hello! Thanks for uploading your video... Wow! i was just blown away by how interconnected all the ski areas are. I will be heading to Shiga Kogen to ski hopefully next Feb 2020 and I just have a few questions I hope you could help me with! 1. As I am planning to stay near the Ichinose Ski areas, i'm wondering if the Ichinose Ski areas (diamond / family) connect to Yakebitaiyama? is it easy navigating your way through the ski areas to Yakebitaiyama, and then back to the Ichinose ski areas? Does it involve taking a certain path down Yakebitaiyama if you want to head back to Ichinose areas? Are there signs / maps around to help with navigating? Is it easy to get lost? 2. Having skied at so many areas around Ichinose, which ski area do you think is best for (a) the mountain views; and (b) long runs (for beginner / intermediate)? Look forward to hearing from you and thank you very much in advance! :)
Hi there! Yes it is very easy to get to Yake... area. Basically you do few hops from track to track and use different lifts. I think it is very easy. Most confusing was they have 2 similar gondolas close by, but if you get there that means you're in Yake already. As for longest runs, they start from top of both mountains and tracks are well marked as per difficulty level. Ichinose is easier so I recommend you start there. Otherwise maps on premise are very helpful and I haven't felt lost at any time.
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