No one likes standing in a lift line, especially when it's cold, windy, and the prized fresh tracks are getting skied out as you wait. The introduction of priority lift lines for the 2015/16 ski season means there's finally a way to the front that doesn't involve numb fingers and a lot of patience.

Priority lift lines are available to use for anyone in a lesson with GoSnow, be it a private class, group lesson, workshop or Powder Guiding session. Not only will you be under the expert guidance of some of Niseko's top instructors, you'll be able to spend more time doing what you came to Niseko to do: ride the mountain.


A happy guest about to jump into the priority lift line at the Hirafu Gondola.

GoSnow's priority lift line access will be especially useful over the upcoming Christmas and New Year period, the most popular time for visitors to Niseko and arguably the best time of year to experience the internationally-renowned powder snow.

To learn more about GoSnow or to book a lesson online, visit their website.

Rupert Orchard

Posted on 21 December, 2015 by Rupert Orchard in Niseko Life, Winter.