Hidafunayama Snow Resort Alcopia is located on the northern slopes of Funayama, to the south of central Takayama city in the northern region of Gifu Prefecture. It has been operating since 1963. Mondeus Hidakuraiyama Snow Park is close by.
They seem to like long names in this region of Gifu! And fruit too. The lifts are called Peach Liner, Apple Liner, Melon Liner and Pear Liner. (Kawaii!)
Gifu Prefecture is located in the Chubu region of the central region of Honshu island, and it one of only a handful of landlocked prefectures. It shares borders with (from the north) Toyama, Nagano, Aichi, Mie, Shiga, Fukui and Ishikawa. Most of the ski and snowboard resorts in Gifu are located in the northern region of the prefecture – in Gujo city, Takayama city, Hida city and Shirakawa village.
When using the coupons, the Peach Liner lift requires two.
Every Wednesday (except when on holidays), a one day lift ticket costs just 1,000 yen. Hurray!
The AM ticket is valid from opening until 12:50pm. The PM ticket is valid from 12:00pm until closing.
A two day ticket that is valid for one day at Hidafunayama Snow Resort Alcopia and one day at Montdeus Hidakuraiyama Snow Park is available for 5,400 yen (3,200 yen children and seniors). The tickets do not need to be used on consecutive days.
3.6km from Kuguno Station on the Takayama Honsen Line
Hidafunayama Snow Resort Alcopia is less than 4km from Kuguno Station on the Takayama Honsen line.
A free shuttle bus usually operates from Kuguno Station on weekends and holidays.
20.9km from the Takayama IC on the Chubu Jukan Expressway
35.2km from the Hida Kiyomi IC on the Tokai Hokuriku Expressway
90.7km from the Nakatsugawa IC on the Chuo Expressway
Nearest national route: Route 41 (3km away)
Nearest prefecture road: Prefecture Road 455
The resort is less than 3km off Route 41 and less than 3.5km from Kugono Station on the Takayama Honsen line.
Takayama IC on the Chubu Jukan Expressway to the north is about 20km away.
From the IC exit head south on Route 41 for about 17.5km. Turn left onto Prefecture Road 455 and left again soon after crossing the bridge. Follow the signs up to the base of the ski hill.
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