Myoko Ski Lodge
It's just a 300 Meter walk uphill from Myoko Ski Lodge and you can step onto a run and ski down to lift ticket offices of both Akakura Kanko and Akakura Onsen Ski Resorts (which are interconnected and both of which are immediately adjacent to the village of Akakura Onsen meaning you can easily ski home to Myoko Ski Lodge for a break!
With about 760m of vertical, Akakura Kanko (oftern shortened to "Akakan") is the second largest resort on Mount Myoko.
Immediately adjacent to Akakura Onsen Village (in which Myoko Ski Lodge is located), Akakan ski area has skiing for all levels.
Formerly known as "Akakura Kanko", Akakan Ski Resort will keep skiers and boarders of all ability levels entertained. It's slopes are steeper than those at Akakura Onsen (which is on the other side of the village but connected by lifts and a combination lift pass is available.
Trails at Akakan Ski Resort are classed as 40% beginner, 30% intermediate and 30% advanced.
On deep powder days, stick to the upper steeper pitched, intermediate to advanced runs rather than the lower, gentler slopes which are better suited to beginner to intermediate boarders and skiers.
Back country adventurers with adequate back country skills, experience and equipment will not be able to get enough of the awesome, chair accessed "slack" country accessible from chairlifts 16 and 20. So be sure to bring your beacon, probe and shovel plus a back country buddy, alternatively, we'll put you in touch with a qualified back country guide with local experience.