Epic Pass Hakuba

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Vail Resorts Inc. have spread their Epic Pass out far and wide and their season passes at any of their official resorts will offer 5 days free skiing in the Hakuba Valley. That’s a good saving off your holiday expenses and a great excuse to experience this amazing area. Epic Pass holders are required to present their valid Epic Pass or Epic Local Pass hard card and a valid photo ID to the lift cashier at one of Hakuba Valley’s ten resorts to redeem their five-day lift ticket. It’s as simple as that to get you out on the mountain for first tracks in the morning. It is 5 consecutive days and no black out dates so you can come to Hakuba anytime of the season to take advantage of this great deal. The resort list is Jiigatake, Kashimayari, Sanosaka, Goryu, Iimori, Hakuba 47, Happo One, Iwatake, Tsugaike, Norikura and Cortina. Some of those are linked so realistically it is 8 different ski areas catering for all levels of skiers and boarders. If you are looking for accommodation for your stay then have a look at the White Horse Hotel in Echoland which is the main restaurant and bar district of Hakuba. With many years of experience guiding their guests around all the resorts, they are sure to get you to where you should be every day.

If you are looking to keep the costs down with some good value budget accommodation then try the Monkey Rider Lodge.

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Hakuba Epic Pass

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2 Responses to Epic Pass Hakuba

  1. Mike McCarthy says:

    I had a look at the Epic Pass website – as far as I can see the 5 day pass for Hakuba costs $699 US, – not cheap, would be cheaper to buy passes on a daily basis.

  2. Hakuba Blog says:

    The 5 days is free when you buy an Epic season pass. So you get the full season to ski at a bunch of the Vail owned resorts + 5 free days at Hakuba. We had many crew come through with it last year.

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