Happo accommodation guide and bookings

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Where to stay in Happo? Happo   is   very   spread   out   at   the   base   -see   photo   and   it   is   not   necessarily   that   easy   to get   from   one   sectioin   to   the   other   unless   you   are   at   least   an   intermediate   skier. Thankfully   there   are   loop   buses   that   run   every   half   hour   via   the   various   slopes   of Happo so you can easily bus it to another section.

Nakiyama section

This is where the night skiing is held. Intermediate level slopes and easy to get to the gondola. Not easy to get to the beginners section of Sakka if  you are a beginner. Not many hotels around here. Short walk to Happo Info centre and lots of eating options.

Gondola section

If   you   want   to   ride   this   be   aware   there   is   little   in   terms   of   beginner   terrain   except   for   the 8km   cat   track   taking   you   down   to   Sakka.   Lots   of   eating   options   and   short   walk   to Happo Info centre to catch buses to other ski resorts.

Kokusai area

This   is   where   a   lot   of   the   plush   hotels   are   but   unfortunately   the   kokusai   ski   run   is   very steep   and   covered   in   Moguls   .      Coming   down   you   are   better   to   either   use   the   lift   or come down to the Sakka section and bus it from there. Lots of nice places to eat.

Sakka section

The   beginners   slopes. The   only   place   to   take   beginners   and   young   kids   in   Happo.   Lots of accomodation choices and places to eat.

Happo info centre/bus terminal area

About      10   mins   walk   to   either   the   gondola   or   Nakiyama   slopes.   Lots   of   places   to   eat and easiest access to all the other ski resorts.
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Happo accommodation guide

Japan
Specialists in Hakuba Ski Holidays
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Where to stay in Happo? Happo   is   very   spread   out   at   the   base   -see   photo   and   it   is   not necessarily   that   easy   to   get   from   one   sectioin   to   the   other   unless you   are   at   least   an   intermediate   skier.   Thankfully   there   are   loop buses   that   run   every   half   hour   via   the   various   slopes   of   Happo so you can easily bus it to another section.

Nakiyama section

This is where the night skiing is held. Intermediate level slopes and easy to get to the gondola. Not easy to get to the beginners section of Sakka if  you are a beginner. Not many hotels around here. Short walk to Happo Info centre and lots of eating options.

Gondola section

If    you    want    to    ride    this    be    aware    there    is    little    in    terms    of beginner   terrain   except   for   the   8km   cat   track   taking   you   down   to Sakka.    Lots    of    eating    options    and    short    walk    to    Happo    Info centre to catch buses to other ski resorts.

Kokusai area

This   is   where   a   lot   of   the   plush   hotels   are   but   unfortunately   the kokusai   ski   run   is   very   steep   and   covered   in   Moguls   .      Coming down   you   are   better   to   either   use   the   lift   or   come   down   to   the Sakka section and bus it from there. Lots of nice places to eat.

Sakka section

The   beginners   slopes.   The   only   place   to   take   beginners   and young   kids   in   Happo.   Lots   of   accomodation   choices   and   places to eat.

Happo info centre/bus terminal area

About      10   mins   walk   to   either   the   gondola   or   Nakiyama   slopes. Lots   of   places   to   eat   and   easiest   access   to   all   the   other   ski resorts.