NISEKO Trail Map


1. Giant Run

(Ungroomed) From the mountain peak to the right is an ungroomed zone that has an average gradient of 24 degrees and above for advanced skiers. The upper zone is hard and tight, giving skiers a thrilling pleasure as they shoot down the slope.

2. Expert Run

(Ungroomed Depending on the Period) This Ski Association of Japan – recognized giant shalom slope for the advanced skiers plays host to a variety of competitions. Depending on the period and location, skiers may enjoy ungroomed powder snow.

5. Shirakaba Slope

(Ungroomed) A popular slope of powder snow through the forests of white birches. The slope conditions remain above average even in the afternoon, with plenty of powder snow.

3. Forest Run

For slow skiers who prefer to wind through the trees and feel the breath of nature. Most suitable for nature lovers as wild animals are known to give their greetings in early mornings.

4. Sky Slope

A grand course of 2,000 meters long overlooking Mt. Yotei, skiers are embraced by a magnificent landscape, and may even be treated with the vision of diamond dusts on a cold morning.

6. Main Burn

This wide and sublime slope has many faces to accommodate the array of events and competitions it plays hosts to. The entire slope can be seen from the Sanroku Center Lodge.


7. Fairy Tale

Beginner-friendly trail that allow novice skiers to ski Moiwa with confidence. The two short loops are suitable for beginner or novice skiers. The terrain is flat to gently rolling.

8. Family Run

Family-friendly beginner trail that allow skiing with children as a family.


Quad Lift

9:00am to 3:30pm daily 1,574 meters, Seats Four

Pair Lift #1

8:30am to 4:00pm daily 919 meters, Seats Two

Pair Lift #2

8:30am to 4:00pm daily 392 meters, Seats Two