Whether confined to school or work holidays or simply set on getting as many ski trips into the season as possible, a spring ski holiday definitely has it`s quirks. While warmer temperatures, sunnier skies and perhaps less crowds are definite pluses to skiing later in the season, slushier snow and fewer open slopes are some of the drawbacks. Destination choice is therefore extremely important, so for those that find themselves pondering their options for next April, here are 8 ways to get the most out of spring skiing in Hakuba, Japan.
1.Ski top to bottom at Hakuba47
The warmer temperatures that spring time brings does no favours for the snow on the lower slopes, and eventually we loose terrain as they give way to the grass. Fortunately, while this is the case for the other mountains in the Hakuba Valley, Hakuba47`s north facing resort means that you can still ski