Niseko’s persistent snowfall means there’s more than enough powder to go round, but between snow storms, micro-climates and gate closures, finding the optimum place to ski can be more challenging than you might imagine: when weather is stable, you might head to the Niseko back bowls; when it gets gusty, Kiroro, Rusutsu and Miowa are more sheltered; and when there’s no fresh snow in Niseko there might just be some in the next valley. Why not leave it to the experts? Whatever the weather, our guides will lead you to the premier powder.
We book a day with local guides and they lead you to the best place to be - away from the groomed pistes. That's the only stipulation. It may be close, it may be far...but it'll most certainly be deep.