Sapporo Teine, Sapporo
Categories: Ski Areas, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Sapporo Teine is a recreational center in Teine-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. It comprises many facilities, such as the ski resort, the Teineyama Ropeway, and the Sapporo Teine Golf Club fields.The ski resort has a summit elevation of, located on Mt. Teine, in western Sapporo. Currently skiing and snowboarding can be performed here. In 1972, Mt. Teine was the site of the first Winter Olympic Games in Asia and hosted the giant slalom and slalom events in alpine skiing.FacilitiesSapporo Teine ski resort is separated into the Highland Zone, and the Olympia Zone. Also, connecting the 2 zones is the Rainbow Course, a super long course with a maximum run length of 5.4km from the summit. Other facilities at the ski resort are Highland Ski Center (with lift ticket sales, rental gear, shop, restaurant, coin lockers, nursery, etc.), Olympia House and North Maple (restaurants), Hot Café 1024 (cafeteria), the General Information Booth, and Pandaruman (kid's winter park; snow play, skiing, etc.).The Highland Zone comprises various kinds of courses for all levels of skiers. Here is also the place to enjoy a great view over the city and the sea of Japan on sunny days.The Olympia Zone, includes both intermediate and advanced levels courses. At this zone is located the Olympic flame-holder, exactly as it did during the games.Before you head to Sapporo, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Sapporo travel itinerary planner, to make sure you see all that Sapporo has to offer, including Sapporo Teine.
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