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Suginohara, Myoko

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Boasting the longest ski run in Japan, measuring 8.5 km (5.3 mi), Suginohara tops Mount Myoko as a great all-round skiing resort. Enjoy jumps and jibs on tricky trails, fast and efficient lifts, and little queuing. Combining well-kept and non-groomed areas, the resort provides many options for beginners and intermediate skiers with fabulous, picturesque views and plenty of eating options. With excellent skiing and boarding, the tree-lined slopes also offer a few off-piste runs. Two high-speed chairs and a gondola provide an efficient enough service to avoid crowding, and a shuttle bus to a nearby village provies easy access. Use our Myoko route maker to visit Suginohara on your trip to Myoko, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Suginohara is accessed by bus via Myoko Kogen where most people stay as this is where the local village is. The bus from Myoko Kogen costs 500yen. There is a Prince Hotel at Suginohara however there i...  more »
  • Unreal resort with a leg burning 8.5km run! awesome deep powder terrain without going to far off piste, with a good dump the night before! get there early it gets tracked out  more »
  • Good spring skiing. Slightly steeper runs than nearby Akakura Onsen and Akakura Kanko (for intermediates like us)  more »

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Where to stay in Myoko

You'll be able to find both Western-style rooms and traditional Japanese accommodations for your stay in Myoko, with establishments usually featuring their own private onsens. The lodging options mostly concentrate around the ski resort and onsen villages, where you can choose from a number of ryokan-style inns, upscale hotels, lodges, pensions, rental chalets, and backpacker hostels.
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