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New Ski Touring Routes

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  • Aomori Prefecture
  • Eastern Hokkaido
  • Furano/Central
  • Hidaka
  • Niseko Region
  • Northern Hokkaido
  • Sapporo Area
  • Southern Hokkaido
  • Southern Lakes

Niseko Annupuri Kita-shamen to Goshiki Onsen Loop

Niseko Annupuri West Face Laps

Nitonupuri SW Hot Laps

Iwaonupuri NE Chute

Teine Neopara

Pekerebetsu-dake

Kurodake Backcountry Skiing

Oshamambe-dake

Oputateshike-yama South Face

Shiraoi-dake

Ochacha-dake via Yufure-goya Hut

Ashibetsu-dake Shindo Route (plus Yufure Hut)

Cycle Touring Routes

  • All
  • Across Hokkaido
  • Central
  • East
  • North
  • Sapporo Region
  • South
  • Southern Lakes/Niseko
Mt. Tarumae cycling

Mt. Tarumae Bike ‘n Hike

Mid-winter cycling on Ishikari beach

Mid-winter Cycling on Ishikari Beach

This man just skated 70km, for the first time (Sapporo, Japan)

Ishikari Bay Loop Daytrip Skate/Cycle Tour (Sapporo City)

Hoheikyo Dam letting flood water out (Sapporo, Japan) | 豊平

Jozankei Nature Village Overnight Cycle Tour

Chitose-Shikotsu Cycleway

Chitose-Shikotsu Cycleway

Sapporo-Eniwa Cycling Road

The Sapporo-Eniwa Cycling Road

Hiking Routes

  • All
  • Aomori Prefecture
  • Eastern Hokkaido
  • Furano/Central
  • Hidaka
  • Niseko Region
  • Northern Hokkaido
  • Sapporo Area
  • Southern Hokkaido
  • Southern Lakes
Numameguri Hiking Course (Daisetsu Kogen Onsen, Hokkaido, Japan)

Daisetsu Kogen Onsen Numa-meguri Loop Hike

Iwanai-dake Hiking Trail (Hokkaido, Japan)

Iwanai-dake and Raiden-yama Hiking

Kamuinupuri (Mashu-dake) Dayhike (Hokkaido, Japan)

Kamuinupuri (Mashu-dake) Hiking

Mokoto-yama Hiking (Hokkaido, Japan)

Mokoto-yama Loop Hike

Shari-dake Dayhike

Oakan-dake Hiking Route (Hokkaido, Japan

Oakan-dake Dayhike

Nishibetsu-dake Hiking (Hokkaido, Japan)

Nishibetsu-dake

Meakan-dake Loop Hike (Akan Mashu National Park, Hokkaido, Japan)

Meakan-dake Loop Hike

Muri-dake Hiking Route (Hokkaido, Japan)

Murii-dake Dayhike

Kamui-dake Dayhike (Hokkaido, Japan)

Kamui-dake and Eboshi-dake Dayhike

Kogane-yama Hiking in Hamamasu (Hokkaido, Japan)

Hamamasu Kogane-yama Hiking

Tokushunbetsu-yama and Horohoro–yama Dayhike

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REGION: The general mountain/geographical region the route is in.

BEST MONTH(S): Time of year a route is suited to visiting. Some pop all season, some are more limited.

DIFFICULTY: How strenuous a route is, and how technical it is. Full details here.

FREERIDE/SKITOUR: Very subjective, but is a route more-of-a-walk-than-a-ski or the other way around? Some routes are all about the screaming downhill (freeride), some are more about the hunt for a peak or nice forest (ski-tour). Some are in between. 

MAIN ASPECT: Which cardinal direction the primary consequential slope is facing, that you might encounter on the route. More details here.

ROUTE TAGS: An eclectic picking of other categories that routes might belong to.

SEARCH BY LOCATION: You can find routes near your current location – just click on the crosshairs (). You may need to give permission to HokkaidoWilds.org to know your GPS location (don’t worry, we won’t track you). Or, type in a destination, such as Niseko or Sapporo or Asahikawa etc.

Please let us know how we can make it easier to narrow down your search. Contact Rob at rob@hokkaidowilds.org with your suggestions.

Blog Difficulty Rating

Category

Grade

Points

Strenuousness

Vertical Gain

D

25

Time ascending

D

0

Technicality

Altitude

D

0

Hazards

D

Navigation

D

Totals

25/100

GRADES range from A (very difficult) to D (easy). Hazards include exposure to avalanche and fall risk. More details here. Rating rubric adapted from Hokkaido Yukiyama Guidebook 北海道雪山ガイド.