Hakuba Ski Lift Passes

You can either buy Hakuba Valley lift pass in advance or you can wait till you arrive and buy a day pass when you go to the mountain. Cost wise, there is very little difference but most people prefer to get the Hakuba Valley lift pass as you can put it in your pocket and forget about it- no need to go and get a new ticket every day. If you are going to be going to the same resort every day then it will be cheaper to buy a multi-day pass at that resort on your first day as opposed to a Vally pass. Children 5 yrs or less do not need a lift pass- they can just jump straight on the lift for free.

Hakuba Valley Lift Pass

No need to wait in a ticket window queue- just jump straight on the lift!* No limit as to how many resorts you go to on the same day Free unlimited use of Hakuba Valley bus system on days you ride. Just put it in your pocket and forget about it. Use at the following resorts: o Happo Ski Resort o Hakuba Goryu Ski Resort o Hakuba 47 Ski Resort o Hakuba Iwatake Ski Resort o Tsugaike Ski Resort o Hakuba Cortina Ski Resort o Hakuba Norikura Ski Resort o Kashimayari Ski Resort o Sanosaka Ski Resort o Jigatake Valley

Where to buy the Hakuba Valley Passes?

You can buy via this link https://www.hakubavalley.com/en/ticket

Hakuba Season Pass Guide

If you are staying the ski season then you will probably want to get a season pass- these are your choices. Hakuba Valley Season Pass ; does all 11 resorts in Hakuba on a single ticket- about ¥ 130,000, but an earlybird pass (available early August till end of September) is only ¥99,800 Happo Season Pass. About ¥ 71,000 yen but an earlybird weekday pass is only ¥48,000 yen and an earlybird weekday/weekend pass is ¥61,000. Need to get in by 30 th October Hakuba 47/Goryu Combined Season Pass : About ¥ 65,000 yen but they do have 2 x early bird options - if you get it by end of September it is less than ¥ 50,000, the other early bird option is an extra ¥ 10,000 but you only have to get it by the end of November. Tsugaike season pass. Get in between Oct 1st and Nov 30th to get a season pass for just ¥ 35,000 Iwatake season pass. Just ¥ 36,000 if you get in by 10th December or ¥ 34,000 if you can get your act together and get it by the end of September.

Hakuba Valley lift pass

Terms and conditions

General conditions of Hakuba Valley lift pass

No refund possible once issued. Lost tickets will be lost. No subsitutes provided. You can use at any of the 10 ski resorts in Hakuba except for Sanosaka You can use at an unlimited number of the above ski resorts on the same day Only valid for the season in which it was bought only Non transferable At Jiigatake and Kashimayari resorts ticket exchange is required at the ticket window. Adult is 13 yrs and above, child is 6-12 yrs. Lift pass not required for 5 yrs and below. Not valid for night skiing.
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Hakuba Ski Lift Passes

Hakuba Valley pass or buy individual resort pass? Cost wise the price is similar - if you are going to the same resort for the whole time, then best to get at that resort on your first day of riding. Otherwise the Valley pass is better for the reasons below:

Hakuba Valley Lift Pass

No need to wait in a ticket window queue- just jump straight on the lift!* No limit as to how many resorts you go to on the same day Free unlimited use of Hakuba Valley bus system on days you ride. Just put it in your pocket and forget about it. Use at the following resorts: o Happo Ski Resort o Hakuba Goryu Ski Resort o Hakuba 47 Ski Resort o Hakuba Iwatake Ski Resort o Tsugaike Ski Resort o Hakuba Cortina Ski Resort o Hakuba Norikura Ski Resort o Kashimayari Ski Resort o Sanosaka Ski Resort o Jigatake Valley
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Where to buy the Hakuba Valley Passes?

You can buy via this link https://www.hakubavalley.com/en/ticket

Hakuba Season Pass Guide

If you are staying the ski season then you will probably want to get a season pass- these are your choices. Hakuba Valley Season Pass ; does all 11 resorts in Hakuba on a single ticket- about ¥ 130,000, but an earlybird pass (available early August till end of September) is only ¥99,800 Happo Season Pass. About ¥ 71,000 yen but an earlybird weekday pass (by 30 th Oct) is only ¥48,000 yen and an earlybird weekday/weekend pass is ¥61,000. Hakuba 47/Goryu Combined Season Pass : About ¥ 65,000 yen but they do have 2 x early bird options - if you get it by end of September it is less than ¥ 50,000, the other early bird option is an extra ¥ 10,000 but you only have to get it by the end of November. Tsugaike season pass. Get in between Oct 1st and Nov 30th to get a season pass for just ¥ 35,000 Iwatake season pass. Just ¥ 36,000 if you get in by 10th December or ¥ 34,000 if you can get your act together and get it by the end of September.
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