Indy Pass 10-day Hokkaido ski trip
Indy Pass 10-day Hokkaido ski trip

“Introducing the 10-day Hokkaido Indy Trip! New for the the ’24/25 season, this ski road trip takes care of your logistics so that you can focus on what matters: shredding the pow and discovering Japan 🙂 Priced from US $2,750 until August 31, simply book your travel to CTS Airport and we’ll take care of the rest!” -INDY PASS

If you’ve dreamed of experiencing the legendary powder skiing on the island of Hokkaido, Japan we have a deal that you need to be aware of. Indy Pass just announced a 10-Day Hokkaido ski trip for the incredible early bird price of $2,750 (Indy Pass not included). All you have to do is show up at New Chitose Airport and they will take it from there. Haven’t yet had the pleasure of skiing Hokkaido but its on the top of my list of bucket list ski destinations. Incredible culture, incredible food and of course some of the best snow on planet earth. MORE INFO HERE:

Includes 13 meals, 9 nights of great accommodation, all transfers to 5 different ski resorts, and a Japan Ski Tour trip facilitator joining you for the duration of the trip. Indy Pass Holders can ski up to 7 days (out of 9) for free at partner ski resorts. 

Accommodation is centrally located in authentically Japanese towns, walking distance to all the restaurants and karaoke joints you could dream of.

​4 out of 5 ski resorts visited are on the Indy Pass. Ski up to 7 days for free if you carry the Indy Pass. ​Don’t have the Indy Pass? No worries, just purchase your own lift tickets as you explore Hokkaido with us!

As an unguided, but facilitated group trip, how you choose to spend each day is up to you; ski, rest, sight-see, get a massage. While this is a group trip, you can interact with others as much or as little as you want!

You’re in good hands. A dedicated JST Host will travel along with, and facilitate the trip from beginning to end to ensure that everyone is well taken care of throughout the trip experience.

Operating in Japan since 2007, Japan Guides Group began as the only English-oriented guiding operator on Mt. Fuji. One thing led to another and JGG opened up it’s newest venture of Japan Ski Tours in 2014 to an overwhelmingly positive response. Run by a group of bilingual guides who grew up in Japan, Japan Ski Tours began with one single philosophy; that skiers who come to Japan should have more options to easily experience Japanese culture as well as it’s world famous Pow. 

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