Ski & Snowboard Park Numajiri

Ski & Snowboard Park Numajiri

A ski area located on Mt. Adatara, Ski & Snowboard Park Numajiri offers superb enjoyment for everybody from beginners to advanced skiers, with fourteen courses and an extremely rich variety of terrain. The Kids' Area is great fun for children and is sure to put a big smile on their faces.

Venue Details

Venue Details
Websitehttp://www.numajiri-ski.jp(Japanese)
Contact

SKI & SNOWBOARD Park Numajiri

(+81) 242-67-1250

info@numajiri-ski.jp

Best Season
  • Winter
Opening Hours

08:30 - 16:00

Related infoKey Info
13 Ski Slopes, 6 Ski Lifts, Open from Dec. to Mar.
Longest run: 1,300 m
Vertical drop: 370 m
Level: 40% Beginner; 40% Intermediate; 20% Advanced
No pick up or nighttime ski

Rental equipment
Skiing equipment & Outfit set or Snowboard equipment & Outfit set: Adult 6,000 yen; Child 4,500 yen
Skiing equipment set or Snowboard equipment set: Adult 4,500 yen; Child 3,500 yen
Outfit: Adult 3,000 yen; Child 2,500 yen

Ski Schools
Numajiri Ski School: TEL (+81) 242-64-3181
Numajiri Pro Ski School: TEL (+81) 90-7803-6827 (Sato)

Facilities
Rest house, Restaurants, Hot spring

See here for Aizu Ski Japan's page about Ski & Snowboard Park Numajiri.
Access Details
Access2855-434 Numajiriyama Kou, Kogai, Inawashiro Town, Fukushima pref. 969-2752
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Getting there

By Car: Approx. 50 min from Fukushima-Nishi IC on the Tohoku Expressway, via Route 115.

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