Hakuba received about three feet of snow over a couple days this week. This gave us some killer tree skiing, but left us thirsty for some clear skies to get into the alpine. Friday and Saturday delivered! The high peaks were still shrouded in clouds leaving the biggest lines unskiable, but mid-sized lines at tree line were in prime condition. Hakuba’s mid-sized lines are packed with small airs and spines, and are really playful and fun to ride.
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