Intorduction to the slopes of Hanazono
12 Course of Hanazono - all its characteristics
Find the course that suit your style, or the condition of the day and enjoy Hanazono even better!
Name of the course
Ride down with a stunning view of Mt. Yotei. The last part is pretty steep.
29 / 20
Wrapped in tree zone on both sides for fun. Access to Hanazono from Hirafu.
20 / 14
Easy and mild, the wide course is an access to many different courses. Start with Hanazono Mini Park!
8 / 7
Immediately off Hana 1 Lift is this short but fun course for tree run entry, side pow and curving on the groomed zone.
24 / 16
Stairway to Heaven
Widest of all Hanazono, enjoy beautiful groom or dive into the trees, or shred on the pow on the side.
26 / 13
Long cruise starting with a short descent, then chilling part with trees on both sides. Angled 20° midway is a good step up point for beginners. Some jibs and waves appear towards spring season.
20 / 8
Keep speed for flat part in the beginning, then midway there's a change of steepness. Right side bank has powder to have fun.
17 / 7
Legend of Shinya
Hit here when there's snow the night before! The only course kept ungroomed throughout the season.
30 / 14
The new course opened in 2021. Nicely groomed in the center for the beginners, with powder zones left on both sides for more advanced to enjoy fun riding.
22 / 17
Mild degree all way through at the bottom of the resort is a perfect one for the debutants with an easy gondola ride to the mid station.
12 / 7
One of the Hokkaido's largest terrain park kickers. There're 2 lines for intermediate and more advanced.
25 / 16
A short course that connects to Grand Hirafu Holiday course from Hanazono. A little climb required just off Hana 2 Lift.
10 / 10
Lift status & Activity status
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