Kamui Ski Links ski resort is located in Hokkaido, Japan. It gets over 8m of Central Hokkaido’s perfect powder snow and is blessed with a huge amount of blue-sky days. One of Asahikawa's best kept secrets, it is renowned for extremely fine dry snow and varied terrain that offers something for everybody.
Along with its wide open and well-groomed pistes, Kamui Ski Links ski resort offers some great, gladed skiing. Unlike most Japanese resorts, it permits access and offers patrol assistance to almost all of the terrain, on and off-piste, within the ski area boundary. The upper half of the mountain has some nice open trees, and you can almost always find fresh lines off the backside of the peak. The trees on the lower half of the mountain can get fairly tight and are better suited for advanced skiers and riders.
There are great groomed runs for beginners and intermediate riders at Kamui Ski Links ski resort. The terrain breakdown is pretty typical of many Japanese ski resorts: 40% beginner, 30% intermediate and 30% advanced.
At Kamui Ski Links ski resort, you will find 10 groomed trails and plenty of chances to go off- piste and get into the trees. The groomed trails vary in length and difficulty offering plenty for both experienced riders and beginners. Even the beginner courses in the bottom third of the hill have short steeper sections allowing beginners to hone their skills. Along the fringes of most groomed runs, you'll be able to duck into wide, deep collections of super-dry powder.
Those with more experience and an adventurous spirit will want to get into the trees. At Kamui Ski Links ski resort, if you see it, you can ride it since there are no off-piste restrictions. A variety of perfect powder is served up amongst the trees, offering steep, smooth and challenging runs all day.
To complement a day of perfect skiing and snowboarding, Kamui Ski Links ski resort has a few options for winding down and relaxing. You can enjoy the nightlife in the "Sanrokugai" in the entertainment district, where izakaya, bars, and others are located. "Asahikawa Winter Festival" is held in early February. The largest snow figure, listed in the Guinness, and ice sculpture cannot be missed.
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