Famous the world over for its incredible quality of snow and the amount of it, we take a look at how the past Winter 2017/18 season compares internationally.
There are many reasons why Niseko as a ski resort is unique and renowned globally: Japanese culture, delicious cuisine, onsen (hot springs), beautiful scenery and epic night skiing to name but a few; however, its copious amounts of snow is hard to go past.
During the winter season, the resort is covered in a blanket of snow, as skiers and snowboarders enjoy an annual snowfall of up to 15 metres and the 47 kms of groomed slopes.
Comparatively, Niseko's snowfall is also well above other resorts around the world; below is as snapshot of Winter 2017/18 (as of the end of May 2018):
|Resort||Snowfall Winter 2017/18|
|Vail, United States||434cm|
Niseko is now one of the fastest growing ski destinations in the world, and at the heart of Niseko is Hirafu, the largest resort village in the area.
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