Skied on the afternoon ticket for less than 2000 yen. The high speed quad accesses most of the resort. There is a addition slow double to the top, but the trail down is a bit flat not good for boards. There is huge face that is accessed normally by a couple of slow fixed doubles. These were not running the day I skied. But you could traverse from the high speed and it the
I was so disapointed when I drove 2 hours to Moya Hills.
The snow was coming down hard the wind was blowing at near typhoon force. The visability was so bad I drove past the resort twice. I suited up and grabvbed my board. Walked to the lift were I was meet by a very polite pretty young woman who then broke my heart into a million shards. "Sorry were closed". I nearly cried.
It's nothing special...just a place to get some night skiing turns in.
The great thing about Moya Hills really are their cabin....deluxe....and where the Outdoor group of JET stay when they ride at Hakkoda every February. Just 11,000 (incld tax) per night..... supposed to sleep four but can quietly cram up to 10 in each cabin. Very quietly cram and always tell them only 4 per cabin. (Half off night skiing if you stay