Hakuba 21st November, 2009

White Horse bar

The White Horse Bar is a great place for Ski Apres

A typical evening for our guests would be to arrive back from the mountain in our personal shuttle. Exausted bodies trudge into the drying room to inch their boots off and feel that most beautiful moment of our sport when your feet are free, second only to putting your boots on.  Most people opt straight for the onsen bath to relax their well worn bodies in this most magnificent time tested Japanese tradition. Some decide to have a nice icy cold Asahi beer whilst their body soothes in the hot bath. Others may choose to join their partner with a bottle of champagne and a chilled out moment with no cares. Once the core body temperature is back to normal and the muscles are soothed by the soft Hakuba waters it is time to convene to the bar to debrief with the other guests on the days activities. Good wines, icy cold beers and some well shaken cocktails help everyone along the way to choosing the best place to eat for the evening. For those who are totally relaxed it might be a night in the White Horse for a big juicy steak or others will choose to take a short stroll down to the main Echoland strip to taste some of the local delicacies. There are so many options here and we are here to help you with your selection. After dinner you may be keen on a little karaoke or just to relax at a little bar for a night cap. Others have been known to kick on to one of the nightclubs in the area till the wee hours of the morning.  The more snow that falls is usually a good indication of the time that everyone will be tucked up in bed. Early to bed and early to rise to get the first tracks in the morning. Come and enjoy the best of Hakuba.



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