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Snow Splash, SKI and SNOWBOARD - Hakuba
Nagano: Host to 1998 Winter Olympics 

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When: March 1-3, 2013 
(Friday night until Sunday)
;
Leaving Friday night, 8:00pm on March 1st from Shinjuku.
Departing Hakuba at 4pm on March 3rd.

Where: Hakuba
Contact: Christine Abelarde
E-mail:events@nipponadventurersclub.com

Prices valid
until February 18, 2013.

Price:
(Room shared by 2-4 people): 27,000 yen per person

Hotel: Mominoki Hotel
 
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Number of Participants: minimum 35; maximum 45; First come, first serve =D
 
For reservations to be valid, please pay on or before February 18, 2013.

Regular Package includes:

2-nights hotel accomodation (2-4 person room) in Mominoki Hotel
2 buffet breakfast
1 buffet dinner
Private bus to and from Hakuba and Shinjuku
Entry to Snow Splash (Sat night party with live bands)
Ski/Snowboard Insurance
Onsen (hot tub)
Wireless Internet connection

Hotel Amenities
toothbrush
bath towel
face towel
yukata (japanese robe)


Excludes:

Friday night Dinner
Lunch
Ski/Snowboard Equipment rental;
Ski/Snowboard Wear
Ski/Snowboard Lessons
Lift Tickets: 4,100 yen for 1 day and 7,000 yen for 2 days (advance purchase) valid in all mountains in Happo. That is kokusai, Gondola, Sakka, Nakiyama, etc.

Details:

Hakuba is located around 300kms northwest of Tokyo, in the heart of the Japanese Northern Alps. The valley incorporates 10 ski resorts, over 200 runs, 139 lifts, huge towering peaks, a local village, ski/snowboard shops, a combination of traditional or western dining and après entertainment. This combination of facilities, tradition, and an annual snowfall average of over 11 meter’s makes Hakuba the perfect destination for your next ski holiday.

Hakuba Happoone Winter Resort (白馬八方尾根スキー場 Hakuba Happōone Sukī-jō?) is a ski resort located on Mount Karamatsu in Hakuba, Japan. For the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, it hosted the alpine skiing downhill, super giant slalom, and combined slalom events.


Happo One (pronounced Oh-Neh) has an average annual snowfall of approximately 900cm at the base and is home to the largest above treeline lift served terrain in Japan. Although all off-piste is marked out of bounds according to the Local rules, Patrol at Happo apparently have a reputation for not enforcing the rules except in a few high risk avalanche areas. The groomed runs have a reputation with ski carvers for being long and fast. The ungroomed marked runs are well known across Japan for moguls.


Source: 
http://www.ski-hakuba-japan.com/ 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hakuba,_Nagano 
http://wikiski.com/wiki/index.php/Happo_One 

Official website of Shiga Kogen Ski  Resort

ENGLISH: http://www.vill.hakuba.nagano.jp/english/ 

日本語: http://www.vill.hakuba.nagano.jp/

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For reservations to be valid, please pay on or before February 12, 2012.