Visiting Myoko Ikenotaira Onsen
Helpful resort information to assist planning your trip to Myoko Ikenotaira Onsen.
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- Nearest Train Station Myoko Kogen
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- Tourist Office Phone0255-86-2871
Myoko Ikenotaira Onsen Features
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What's it like at Myoko Ikenotaira Onsen resort?
Alpen Blick Snow Resort at Ikenotaira Onsen is located on Mount Myoko in Niigata prefecture of Japan. It is a medium sized resort with six ski lifts and fifteen trails for skiers, snow boarders, snow scoot riders, and more. The terrain is varied and targeted at intermediate level skiers but also has terrain for beginners and advanced skiers. As one of the main resorts at Mount Myoko, the resort receives amazing amounts of snowfall each year and the relatively safe terrain and abundant tree runs and ungroomed trails offer excellent opportunities to learn how to ski deep powder. Please note that the resort name changed as of the 2021-22 snow season.
Explore Myoko Ikenotaira Onsen Location Map
Interactive Myoko Ikenotaira Onsen trail map and piste map. View the piste and trails as well as the surrounding terrain and mountain contours for backcountry action. Find and compare nearby resorts by clicking on the resort markers.
Myoko Ikenotaira Onsen Live Weather
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What's the snow currently like in Myoko Ikenotaira Onsen?
A summary of the current snow conditions in Myoko Ikenotaira Onsen. View more information on the Myoko Ikenotaira Onsen detailed snow report page.
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Visitor Reviews of Myoko Ikenotaira Onsen
Kevin from Japan writes:
One of the four major resorts at Myoko, Ikenotaira Onsen is terrific for beginners through advanced intermediate skiers and boarders and benefits from the lack of crowds due to being the least well known of the majors. The pistes are wide and not too challenging, and there is abundant side and back country throughout the forests in the resort. Ikenotaira gets tremendous amounts of powder and the lack of crowds means that that fresh powder skiing is often available all day long.
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