In Madarao, 60% of the courses are ungroomed deep powder when you ski.
The ski area features a unique bowl-shape. Since Madarao was host to Japan’s first Freestyle Skiing Competition,
there are many unique courses to choose from groomed courses, ungroomed courses, the Tree Run course, Free Ride Park, Kid’s Park, and wave courses-
Madarao can be enjoyed by everyone from first timers to advanced skiers!
Madarao is located in the northern part of Nagano Prefecture, between Nozawa Onsen and Myoko Kogen.
|How to get there|
|From Narita Airport:||4 hours by train & bus|
|From Tokyo:||3 hours by train & bus|
|From Nagoya:||5 hours by train & bus|
|From Osaka:||6 hours by train & bus|
From Narita International Airport you are able to catch a train to Nagano and then a bus from Nagano to Madarao Kogen. This trip take approximately 4 hours.
|Ski Season:||Middle of December to March|
|Mountain Elevation:||1382 meters|
|Snowfall Average:||10 meters|
|Longest Run:||2.5 km|
|Steepest Run:||36 Degrees|
|Numbers of Courses:||28|
|Number of Lifts:||15|
|Terrain:||Beginner: 30%, Intermediate: 35%, Advanced: 35%|
|Madarao Onsen Ski Trail Map Click link to PDF file||Madarao Weather Click link to Snow Forecast.com|