Snow and weather reports posted on Monday 6th May 2019

Niseko Now!

Friday 25th March 2016, 8:31am
Weather conditions: Sunny, blue skies, partly cloudy
New snowfall: 4cm
Snow depth: 125cm
Good morning once again from here in Hirafu.

And there's some more snow to report this morning... another 4cm here at base. Yey!

The top of Mt Yotei is covered with cloud but right now we are enjoying mostly blue skies and sunshine with just a bit of other cloud here and there. Lovely morning. And that small top-up should be fun to ride on.

It's calm here at the moment though some stronger winds are expected this morning.

Keeping pretty chilly too.

The forecast gives us the chance of light scattered snow here and there through the next couple of days (some mention rain too, hopefully we can avoid that), and then quite a lot of sunshine late weekend and early in the week when we can expect things to start warming up a bit.

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Tomorrow sees that new Hokkaido Shinkansen train line open. That line will eventually be extended through to Sapporo - with a stop planned for Kutchan as well. For a bit more on that, please check one of my reports from last month here.

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Resort specific lift opening news at time of posting (subject to change during the day):

Niseko Grand Hirafu
Niseko HANAZONO Resort
Niseko Village
Niseko Annupuri
All resort areas appear to be opening as planned at the start of the day.

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Niseko Avalanche Report:

Niseko base 6am: -5℃, 1cm snowfall. Moiwa 838m: -5.6℃, E7.4m/s. Annupuri 1000m snowpack 310cm. Hirafu peak ridge -9℃, moderate wind and light snowfall. Benkei cape: NE5m/s, Kamui cape: E2m/s, 1015hPa, 1.1m waves.

The atmospheric pressure grade is flat and the weather is calm at the ocean and the mountains. The wind will pick up at the isobars gets steeper. Always be ready for sudden weather changes.

All gates will open. Have a nice day.

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Official resort snow depths as of Friday 25th March 2016:

Niseko Grand Hirafu & Hanazono
Top - 355cm
Base - 125cm

Niseko Village
Top - 340cm
Base - 130cm

Niseko Annupuri
Top - 360cm
Base - 130cm

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Night time floodlit skiing ('nighta') has now finished for the season.

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Niseko Grand Hirafu 6 day weather and snow forecast   Read more ...
 

Minakami Now!

Friday 25th March 2016, 8:34am
Weather conditions: Snow clouds over the region
New snowfall: 10cm
Snow depth: 150cm
Time to strap the snow tires back on, wax up the boards or skis and pack that snorkel because its dumping outside and this is the 3rd day in a row of cold, cold weather and soft fluffy pow. Accumulation up top is 25cm overnight but there will no doubt be plenty more in the gullies.

The snow base at Tenjin is back up to 150cm and the heavy snow falling now is set to continue all day before things clear up for what could be one of the best late season days you'll see tomorrow.

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Resorts in Minakami:

Minakami Kogen Fujiwara
Minakami Hodaigi
Minakami Kogen Ski Resort
Norn Minakami
Oana
Okutone Snow Park
Tanigawadake Tenjindaira
White Valley

The following resorts are now closed for the season:
- Oana
- Akazawa
- White Valley
- Okutone Snow Park

Tenjin is open, other resorts are either part of mostly open.

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Weather forecast:

Tanigawa Tenjindaira 6 day snow and weather forecast
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Yuzawa Now!

Friday 25th March 2016, 8:36am
Weather conditions: Cloudy
New snowfall: 5cm
Snow depth: 60cm
After the snow up high mentioned in my report yesterday, it's an even better one this morning.

Snow falling yesterday for periods though it didn't really amount to anything at town level, but this morning I woke up to the sound of sprinklers and looked out of the window to see... 5cm of snow on the ground! That was a good surprise.

And here's what the 'resorts that report' are reporting:

Naeba: 30cm of fresh snowfall up top!
Kagura: 20cm of fresh snowfall
Maiko: 15cm of fresh snowfall

Not bad at all! I think it's fair to say that all slopes will have got a layer of 10-30cm of fresh on them which is most welcome indeed.

What's more, it's actually still snowing - though it's not really expected to continue beyond this morning.

So yes, it is probably a very good morning to be heading up high and enjoy this late March snowfall.

From tomorrow, we're expecting more in the way of sunshine and temperatures starting to gradually rise again.

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Naeba have announced that they will be open until Sunday 3rd April, which will be the last day of their season.
Yuzawa Nakazato have announced that they will be open until Sunday 27th March.
Ishiuchi Maruyama have announced that they will also be open until Sunday 27th March.

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Resort official snow depths (Friday 25th March 2016) and any specific news at time of writing:

There are now lots of patches of ground on view showing on lower slopes around town - though covered up temporarily this morning with some fresh snow! Some more than others. The snow situation means that some courses/areas at resorts are now closed. If you are planning on visiting, I recommended that you check with the individual resorts for their up-to-date details. You can find their websites from the links below. Note that snow cover is not a problem higher up so there's still a lot of skiing and boarding left.

Resorts in Yuzawa and Minamiuonuma:

GALA Yuzawa
120cm

Ishiuchi Maruyama
Plans to be open until Sunday 27th March
90cm

Iwappara
60cm

Joetsu Kokusai
80cm

Kagura
160cm (Mitsumata)
190cm (Tashiro)
220cm (Kagura)

Kandatsu Kogen
120-140cm

Maiko Snow Resort
Just the upper Okusoeji area remains open now.
95cm (Okusoeji)

Naeba
Plans to be open until Sunday 4th April
100cm

NASPA Ski Garden
70cm

Yuzawa Kogen
100cm

Yuzawa Nakazato
Plans to be open until Sunday 27th March
50cm

Yuzawa Park
45cm

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Planned official closing date information - there's a good chance some of these will change

Ishiuchi Maruyama - daily until Sunday 3rd April
Maiko Snow Resort - daily until Sunday 3rd April and then 9th/10th April
Ishiuchi Hanaoka - until Sunday 27th March (Saturday, Sunday only)
Mt Granview - until Sunday 27th March (Saturday, Sunday only)
Joetsu Kokusai - daily until Sunday 3rd April
Chateau Shiozawa - until Thursday 31st March
Muikamachi Ski Resort - daily until Sunday 3rd April
Muikamachi Hakkaisan - now closed

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List of ski resorts in Yuzawa town
List of ski resorts in Minamiuonuma City

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Iwappara 6 day snow and weather forecast
NASPA Ski Garden 6 day snow and weather forecast
Kagura 6 day snow and weather forecast   Read more ...
 

Hakuba Now!

Friday 25th March 2016, 8:44am
Weather conditions: Mostly cloudy
New snowfall: 1cm
Snow depth: 95cm
More snow falling on mountain yesterday during the day. I spent a bit of time at 47 where visibility was rather limited while I was up there, and it kept pretty cold too.

Great to see the snow hanging from the trees and of course feel it under the board(s).

It's a mix of conditions this morning again. Depending on where you are in the valley you might be getting snowed on (higher up), have the sun shining down on you and/or just have lots of cloud hanging around. Generally it's mostly cloudy at the moment, but it doesn't quite seem to be able to make up it's mind. Currently -1C here at village base area.

There's a bit of light snow hanging around on some forecasts - especially for higher elevations - at times over the next few days, with others telling us to expect sun all the way through tomorrow.

Temperatures should start getting slightly higher from tomorrow, though not by too much thankfully (high of about +5C?)

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6 day forecast for Happo-one:

6 day snow and weather forecast for Happo-one

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Resort news as of 8:45am on Friday 25th March 2016 (where available, all subject to change due to weather conditions)

Hakuba 47:
Hakuba 47 reporting 2cm of fresh snow this morning.
All courses at Hakuba 47 remain open.
The Tree Riding Zone is closed.
Official snow depth:
Upper: 185cm
Base: 70cm

Hakuba Goryu:
Hakuba Goryu reporting 2-3cm of fresh snow this morning.
All courses open apart from Snow Diving, Adventure, Cosmo River, Sunny Way and Straight Whisky.
The Toomi area will be open until 9:30pm tonight for 'nighta'.
Official snow depth
Alps: 238cm
Toomi: 95cm
Iimori: 50cm

Hakuba Happo-one:
Hakuba Happo-one reporting 2cm of fresh snow this morning.
The lower Nakiyama, Shirakaba North, Central Course, Kokusai, Sakka, Olympic Course II and Kita One areas are closed.
The Nakiyama South and Shirakaba South lower courses remain open to get back down to base.
All of upper mountain courses remain all open.
Official snow depth:
Usagidaira: 160cm
Nakiyama: 40cm
Sakka: 5cm

Hakuba Cortina:
Hakuba Cortina reporting 10cm of fresh snow this morning.
Courses open - Ikenota, Mt Hieda 1, Itadaira and Ipponmatsu.
Mt Hieda Ridge, Mt Hieda 1, Mt Hieda 3 open as 'self-responsibility area'.
Official snow depth:
Top: 150cm
Base: 70cm

Tsugaike Kogen:
All areas open except part of Champion.
The top Tsugaike Ropeway is now open for spring season (extra charge required).
Official snow depth:
Tsuga-no-mori: 216cm
Maruyama: 50cm
Kane-no-naru-oka: 30cm

Hakuba Iwatake Snow Field:
Just the 5 line and Gondola lifts remain open.
Open courses: by1, Sunny and Paradise (part), South, Gezan (part)
Official snow depth:
Upper: 100cm
Lower: 20cm

Hakuba Norikura Onsen:
Open courses: Hakunori Family, Wakaguri Central, Rabbit and Wakaguri Rinkan.
Official snow depth:
50cm

Hakuba Sanosaka:
Sanosaka has now closed for the season   Read more ...
 

Nozawa Onsen Now!

Friday 25th March 2016, 8:48am
Weather conditions: Snow clouds
New snowfall: 22cm
Snow depth: 40cm
Good morning from Nozawa and I have excellent news this morning folks!

It has been snowing and we have received a 'mid-winter' like amount of snow as well with an impressive 35cm of fresh snow on the top Yamabiko runs and 30cm on the Uenotaira area I said 'mid-winter' like, I should also add 'Nozawa-like' as that is the kind of number we are often used to here.

But anyway, I suspect there was a mini-race to the gondola to get up there this morning and I am certainly going to be going up myself to play in all that snow.

This fresh snow over the last few days will certainly help freshen things up for the weekend as well, which is just... brilliant. It should be sunny tomorrow too.

Can you tell I'm happy?

From tomorrow there's more sun than snow on the forecasts, so could this latest delivery be the last significant snow of the season? There's a good chance.

It does look like things will generally start warming up from this weekend and increase more as we get into next week.

For now though, hope you can come to enjoy this fresh snow we have.

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Official info at time of writing on Friday 25th March 2016 (subject to change):

Official snow depths:

Yamabiko: 175cm
Uenotaira: 95cm
Hikage: 40cm
Nagasaka: 35cm
Karasawa: 0cm

New snowfall as reported by the resort since yesterday:

Yamabiko: 35cm
Uenotaira: 30cm
Hikage: 30cm

The following courses are closed:

Skyline
Paradise connection
Schneider
Utopia Course 2
Kurokura
Ushikubi
Grand Prix
Jumping
Hachiman
Mukoubayashi
Kandahar West
Kandahar East
Kamoshika
Tanuki
Kitsune
Usagi
Karasawa

Lifts planned to be rested today:

Yunomine pair
Mizunashi triple
Challenge pair
Utopia pair
Kandahar pair
Hikage Number 2 pair A line
Nagasaka Four
Nagasaka Gondola connecting pair
Karasawa pair

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Nozawa Onsen 6 day weather and snow forecast

Nozawa Onsen main resort data   Read more ...
 

Naeba Now!

Friday 25th March 2016, 9:03am
Weather conditions: Today is a fairly thick cover of low level cloud just a little higher than the base area.
New snowfall: 20cm
Snow depth: 100cm
Good morning from Naeba everybody.

Excellent news today as we've received a 20 cm + dump of fresh powder overnight. This means that conditions today are better than they have been in a fair while on piste. With the end of season drawing in as well this could potentially be the last big dump of snow that we get so today you should definitely make the most of it and get out and shred.

The weather looking forwards is still set for snow from now until Sunday and then a small amount of rain followed by some more snow on Sunday night.

Naeba has announced that it's season will end on Sunday 4th April - no opening beyond then due to the low snow levels this year - and so there's just over a week and a half to go. Kagura will of course be continuing beyond that date, accessible via the Mitsumata and Tashiro Ropeways

Naeba 6-day snow and weather forecast   Read more ...
 

Madarao Now!

Friday 25th March 2016, 9:13am
Weather conditions: Cloud
New snowfall: 22cm
Snow depth: 100cm
Wow, I was not expecting this! It almost feels like mid winter.

Madarao this morning is reporting an impressive 20-30cm of fresh snow and there's certainly a nice layer of fresh snow on my car as well. All in the spirit of this 'strange season' perhaps!

The slopes will have had a right good refresh this morning though so what more can I say? I'm off out to enjoy it.

This may well (and very probably) be the last snow of the season as we have clearer weather forecast starting tomorrow, so a few more cm would be excellent.

And tomorrow should be fun as well for all you weekend visitors!

Tree runs open at Madarao: Kamoshika, Ninja, Powder Wave 2, Sawa

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Snow and weather forecast:

6 day snow and weather forecast for Madarao Kogen

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Madarao Kogen plans to be open until Thursday 31st March.
Tangram Ski Circus plans to be open until Sunday 3rd April.   Read more ...
 

Grandeco Now!

Friday 25th March 2016, 9:14am
Weather conditions: Cloud, some blue sky at times
New snowfall: 2cm
Snow depth: 200cm
There are scattered snow showers with some blue skies and sun at Grandeco this morning again. The recorded accumulation at the base is 2cm of new snow since last night, but there's more up at higher elevations. This might well be one of the last snow storms of the season.

The wind is light this morning, but again cold. All the courses are powder and freshly groomed packed powder.

The Junior Olympic Mogul Team is practicing for an upcoming contest being held this coming Sunday, so the Lavender 28 course area in now open only to participants until further notice.

The Snow Park team is working on a full renewal in the coming days with a new 50m spring session halfpipe, flat table top and skate style obstacle park presently being built. This is scheduled to open on the 1st of April.

Roads up to Deco this morning are icy and snow covered in places, so be sure to come prepared and take care around curves.

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Lifts operating:

All lifts operating

Courses open:

All courses open except [H] Center 33 and Lavender 28

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Snow and weather forecast:

6 day snow and weather forecast for Grandeco

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Ski resorts around Mt. Bandai are announcing their planned closing dates:

Alts Bandai / Urabandai ski resorts - until 27th March.

After 27th, resorts that remain open in the region will be Grandeco, Nekoma and Minowa.

Nekoma will be closed between 19th-21st and 26th-28 Apr but these resorts all plan to be open until 5th May ---- but whether they can do that or not will totally depend on the snow levels of course, which are less than usual and less than expected. We'll just have to see how things develop over the coming weeks.

The following resorts are now closed:

Listel Ski Fantasia
Numajiri
Inawashiro resort
Inawashiro
Minero    Read more ...
 

Shiga Kogen Now!

Friday 25th March 2016, 9:20am
Weather conditions: Cloud
New snowfall: 11cm
Snow depth: 90cm
More fresh snow!

It has been a good few days with snow falling and giving us a decent refresh of the slopes.

It feels more like mid-winter than it does late March (kind of the opposite of many days during mid season!)

Snow is still falling from the skies as I write this though it's also quite bright and good visibility for the moment.

It probably won't last beyond today though with sun forecast over the weekend and while it will not be as cold as today it should be keeping pretty cold tomorrow especially.

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Spring season dates for Shiga Kogen resort areas (subject to change):

Sun Valley
Both Sun Valley lifts plan to be operating until Sunday 3rd April.

Maruike
The Number 1 triple lift plans to be operating until Sunday 3rd April.
The Number 2 pair lift plans to be operating until Sunday 27th March.

Hasuike
The triple lift and ropetow plan to be operating until Sunday 27th March.

Giant
The pair lift plans to be operating until Sunday 3rd April.

Higashitateyama
The Gondola plans to be operating until Sunday 3rd April.

Bunadaira
The Hoppo quad lift plans to be operating until Sunday 3rd April.
The Bunadaira quad lift plans to be operating until Sunday 27th March (* closed on 22nd and 23rd March).

Takamagahara Mammoth
The quad lift plans to be operating until Sunday 8th May (* Saturdays and Sundays only from 11th April until 28th April).
The triple lift plans to be operating until Thursday 31st March.
The pair lift plans to be operating until Thursday 31st March (* Saturdays, Sundays and holidays only in March).

Nishitateyama
The Nishitateyama lifts plan to be operating until Thursday 31st March.

Tannenomori Okojo
The quad lift plans to be operating until Sunday 8th May.

Ichinose Family
The Ichinose quad lift plans to be operating until Sunday 8th May.
The Ichinose Number 2 pair A lift plans to be operating until Thursday 31st March.
The Ichinose Number 2 pair B lift plans to be operating until Sunday 8th May.
The Ichinose Number 3 quad lift plans to be operating until Sunday 27th March (* closed Tuesdays).

Terakoya
The Terakoya lifts plan to be operating until Sunday 8th May (* Saturdays and Sundays only from 4th April until 28th April).

Ichinose Diamond
The Ichinose Diamond quad lift plans to be operating until Sunday 8th May (* Saturdays and Sundays only from 4th April until 28th April).
The Ichinose Diamond triple lift plans to be operating until Sunday 27th March (* Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays).

Ichinose Yamanokami
The Ichinose Yamanokami plans to be open until late March, depending on snow conditions.

Yakebitaiyama
Currently details are unconfirmed.

Okushiga Kogen
The Okushiga Kogen Number 1 pair lift plans to be operating until Sunday 3rd April.
The Okushiga Kogen Number 2, 3 and 4 pair lifts plan to be operating until Sunday 8th May.
The Okushiga Kogen Number 6 pair lift plans to be operating until Sunday 24th April.
The Okushiga Kogen Gondola lift plans to be operating until Sunday 8th May.

Kumanoyu
The Kumanoyu Number 1 pair lift plans to be operating until Sunday 3rd April.
The Kumanoyu Number 2 pair A and B lifts plan to be operating until Sunday 8th May.
The Kumanoyu Number 3 quad lift plans to be operating until Sunday 3rd April; and then on 9th, 10th, 16th, 17th, 23rd, 24th April and from 29th April until 8th May.

Yokoteyama & Shibutoge
The Yokoteyama Number 1 Sky A and B lifts plan to be operating until Sunday 8th May.
The Yokoteyama Number 2 and 3 Sky lifts plan to be operating until Sunday 8th May (and perhaps beyond depending on snow conditions).
The Yokoteyama Number 4 pair lift plans to be operating until Thursday 5th May.
The Shibutoge lift plans to be operating until Sunday 8th May (and perhaps beyond depending on snow conditions).

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6 day snow and weather forecasts:

Ichinose Family 6-day snow and weather forecast
Okushiga Kogen 6-day snow and weather forecast
Yokoteyama 6-day snow and weather forecast   Read more ...
 

Furano Now!

Friday 25th March 2016, 9:26am
Weather conditions: Bluebird/clear
New snowfall: 0cm
Snow depth: 160cm
It is a rather chilly start to the morning with temperatures well into the negatives. The cold has brought with it a welcome dusting of snow at village level and a little bit more on the resort itself. Early morning fog was rolling down the top half of the resort, but it has quickly lifted to reveal another day with nice blue skies. There is nothing significant in the way of breezes.

The sunny days are forecast to continue into next week, which will make for some great spring skiing.   Read more ...
 

Zao Now!

Friday 25th March 2016, 9:31am
Weather conditions: Cloud, some blue sky, some sun
New snowfall: 3cm
Snow depth: 100cm
Good morning from Zao and there's a few cm of snow to report this morning which is very good to see.

There's currently still a lot of cloud around but blue sky as well and the sun making appearances from time to time.

We're expecting things to start warming up gradually over the coming run of days, but it should keep quite cold over the weekend and sun is expected.

I have added (below) all of the planned closing dates for the lifts at the resort... they are all of course subject to change due to snow conditions.

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Information as of Friday 25th March 2016 (subject to change)

Official snow depths:

Utopia: 70cm
Chuo: 100cm
Paradise: 90cm
Uwanodai: 40cm

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6 day Zao Onsen snow and weather forecast

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Planned closing dates of lifts at Zao Onsen (subject to change due to snow conditions)

Open until Sunday 27th March:
Onsen Number 3 Parallel AB lift
Onsen Number 4 quad lift
Ryuzan pair lift
Nakamori Number 2 pair lift
Diamond Number 1 pair lift

Open until Thursday 31st March:
Nakamori Number 1 triple lift
Diamond Number 1 lift
Omori quad lift
Yokokura Number 2 pair lift
Astraea Number 1 pair lift
Astraea Number 2 pair lift
Astraea Number 3 pair lift

Open until Sunday 3rd April:
Onsen Number 1 pair lift
Onsen Number 2 quad lift
Shobunuma Number 2 pair lift

Open until Sunday 10th April:
Mikaeri pair lift
Yokokura Number 1 pair AB lift

Open until Sunday 17th April:
Kurohime Number 1 quad lift

Open until Thursday 5th May:
Chuo Number 1 pair lift AB
Chuo Number 2 pair lift AB (daily until 3rd April and then Sat/Sun and holidays only)
Katakai triple lift (daily until 3rd April and then Sat/Sun and holidays only)
Paradise pair AB lift (daily until 3rd April and then Sat/Sun and holidays only)
Utopia Number 2 pair lift

The Zao Ropeway, Sky Cable gondola and Chuo Ropeway are all open throughout the year (apart from specific maintenance periods)

Lifts not mentioned in the above list have already closed for the season.   Read more ...
 

Myoko Now!

Friday 25th March 2016, 10:56am
Weather conditions: Cloudy
New snowfall: 40cm
Snow depth: 180cm
Nature has a way of surprising us, doesn't it?

I had to leave early yesterday, didn't think much would happen (so neglecting the report for one day is OK, right?) and then it decides to snow.

And snow.

And it's still snowing!

I got a report from a friend high up on the mountain: 60 to 70cm of light powder up there. This could be the best snowfall of the year. After most people have left, and we thought it was time to get the canoe out. He did add that it's pretty sluffy, too, lower down in the backcountry, so be a little careful (don't go alone, have all your safety gear). Should be great on the groomers, too, even if it is a little bit heavy.

The wind has picked up a bit as well; there's a pretty strong north wind blowing offshore and up over the mountains (and therefore snow). I guess we should enjoy this while we can; the freeze level will be heading back up to around 2,000 meters, and rain is back on the forecast around Wednesday.

Happy to say it, but the snowpack reports are in the positive.

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Akakura Kanko:
-4° / 180cm; all lifts running until the 27th, then Sky Cable, No. 2 and 3 lifts

Akakura Onsen:
-2° / 150cm; nighters over for the season

Ikenotaira Onsen:
-3° / 70cm

Myoko Suginohara:
-7° (top) / 95cm; Gondola and No. 2 lifts only

Seki Onsen:
-3° / 250cm; top lift won't be running due to heavy snow!

Myoko Ski Park:
0° / 140cm

Kyukamura RunRun:
0° / 180cm

Tangram Ski Circus:
-2° / 85cm; Main lifts running

Madarao Kogen:
-4.5° (that's what they're reporting!) / 100cm
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Appi Kogen Now!

Friday 25th March 2016, 11:33am
Weather conditions: Cloudy
New snowfall: 2cm
Snow depth: 120cm
Good morning from Appi,

This morning brings cloudy skies and fairly nice -3 outside my door. There’s a very, very light snowfall but hopefully we’ll get a few a few centimetres of it throughout the day.

The few days are again similar with cloudy skies forecast until Tuesday. The temperature may rise a little bit but not enough to do damage to the little snow we have left on the mountain. As far as the run conditions go it’s actually nice and I hate that term but it describes todays conditions well. Some of the runs are still closed and if you didn’t already know we’ve only got 3 days left until the Sailer and Second lifts are pretty much closed for the season.

Get up, get out and have some fun.

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Currently planned operating lifts:

- Appi Gondola
- Central Number 1 quad
- Number 2 lift A
- T Bar
- Number 3 lift B
- Number 3 lift C
- Number 4 lift
- Sailer Gondola
- Sailer Quad
- Vista quad

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6 day forecast for Appi Kogen:

6 day snow and weather forecast for Appi Kogen   Read more ...
 

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