Naeba ski resort is located in the Niigata Prefecture, Honshu, Chūba, Japan. This cosy resort provides skiers and snowboarders with 20km of varied slopes, 6km of easy slopes, 8km of intermediate slopes and 6km of difficult slopes and a valley run. The longest run is 4km in length, this is a great length for those wanting to build on their skiing stamina, the largest trail here is run no. 7 and the most difficult run is no. 6. There are elevations between 900 and 1,789m and 15 lifts to transport guests around the resort throughout their skiing day. The resort also has a network of artificial snow making cannons to ensure the powder is at continuously high levels. For magnificent views of the city and surrounding area the Takenokoyama Ski Line course offers the best.
This family friendly resort offers endless hours of fun, and during the ski day guests are able to utilise the snow park and half pipe, perfect for freestylers. Off the slopes there are many attractions including a children room, karaoke bar, restaurants, sightseeing, in the city and for those who just want to relax there is a fully operational spa on sight.
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