TRAIL MAP

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WINTER TRAIL MAP

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WINTER TRAIL MAP
  • Expert
  • Advanced
  • Intermediate
  • Beginner
  • Ungroomed Trail
  • Night Skiing Area
OPERATION STATUS

West Mt.

  • Family
    FamilyNight Sking Area

    A wide trail with a constant gradient, Family Course is ideal for beginners. Conveniently located right in front of Rusutsu Resort Hotel, this trail attracts many skiers. Its proximity to Kids Park makes it great for kids aiming to advance to the next level.

    Distance
    650m
    Slope
    Average 10°/ Maximum 12°
    Level
    Beginner
  • White Lover
    White LoverNight Sking Area

    A wide, straight trail from West Mt., White Lover is a perfect Slope for beginners getting in some practice. This trail is also great for experts to enjoy carving turns while speed changes.

    Distance
    650m
    Slope
    Average 10°/ Maximum 11°
    Level
    Beginner
  • Bambi
    BambiNight Sking Area

    Running along a vast ridgeline near the peak of West Mt., Bambi offers a vast panorama of the magnificent Mt. Shiribetsu. Designed for beginners and intermediate skiers, the gradually changing steepness is the place to go for a refreshing cruise.

    Distance
    650m
    Slope
    Average 18°/ Maximum 21°
    Level
    Intermediate
  • Eva
    EvaNight Sking Area

    Eva is West Mt.’s signature trail. The first half of this trail is short but varies in steepness. The trail’s stepwise Slope offers excellent conditions for intermediate skiers and snowboarders preparing to tackle steeper trails. This ski run is home to fireworks festivals and torchlight skiing on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.

    Distance
    650m
    Slope
    Average 14°/ Maximum 21°
    Level
    Intermediate
  • Elite
    Elite

    Elite runs through the forest that’s also home to Side Country Park. While the first half of this trail stays gentle and wide, it gets steeper and more challenging past the halfway point. An advanced-level trail connecting to Side Country Park, Elite is a magnet for expert skiers.

    Distance
    600m
    Slope
    Average 16°/ Maximum 26°
    Level
    Advanced
  • Natural
    NaturalUngroomed Trail

    The pristine forest offers ideal conditions for nimbly darting among the trees. Blanketed in uncompressed snow, this appropriately named trail caters perfectly to experts. With undergrowth and twigs cleared away, this well-manicured trail attracts confident skiers seeking the dynamic feeling of slicing through the snow.

    Distance
    750m
    Slope
    Average 16°/ Maximum 26°
    Level
    Advanced
  • Tiger
    TigerUngroomed Trail

    Tiger begins at the upper reaches of Mt. Shiribetsu, which forms part of West Mt. Snow on this trail is usually left uncompressed after snowfalls. Aptly named for its ferocious nature, Tiger offers outstanding conditions for the advanced-level powder fans who flock to this hidden gem. This trail is also noted for its beautiful moguls, which are a product of its constant steepness.

    Distance
    300m
    Slope
    Average 22°/ Maximum 29°
    Level
    Expert
  • Rainbow
    RainbowNight Sking Area

    Rainbow is a meandering trail that begins at the summit of West Mt. A gentle Slope with great visibility and popular with beginners. this trail gives skiers and snowboarders ample opportunity to admire the stunning view on the cruise down. This beginner-friendly run aptly derives its name from the rainbow colors of the 7 other trails it connect to along the way.

    Distance
    2,000m
    Slope
    Average 8°/ Maximum 13°
    Level
    Beginner
  • Dynamic
    DynamicNight Sking Area

    A straight trail beginning on the hillside of West Mt., Dynamic is popular among speed-demons for its vast and well-groomed path, ideal for quick acceleration as well as fast, exciting carving turns.

    Distance
    650m
    Slope
    Average 17°/ Maximum 25°
    Level
    Advanced
  • Sky
    SkyUngroomed TrailNight Sking Area

    Blanketed in uncompressed snow, Sky begins just below the summit of West Mt. After snowfalls, many skiers hit this Slope for the fine powder unique to West Mt. Past the stop of West No.2 Quad Lift, is the place to enjoy some deep moguls.

    Distance
    500m
    Slope
    Average 15°/ Maximum 27°
    Level
    Advanced
  • Giant
    Giant

    Giant is a steep Slope that runs straight down from the summit of West Mt. to the Amusement Park at the mountain’s foot. This well-groomed trail is great for smooth acceleration. What’s more, there’s the unique experience of gliding down the mountain straight toward a Ferris wheel!

    Distance
    1,200m
    Slope
    Average 13°/ Maximum 26°
    Level
    Advanced

East Mt.

  • East Vivaldi
    East Vivaldi

    A long trail stretching over 2,000 meters from the peak of East Mountain, East Vivaldi starts out relatively steep. But once you’re on your way, the Slope alternates between gentle and steep gradients in a comfortable rhythm. The latter half of this trail features rolling terrain perfect for a mellow cruise down the mountainside.

    Distance
    2,300m
    Slope
    Average 11°/ Maximum 24°
    Level
    Intermediate
  • Easy Trail
    Easy Trail

    Easy Trail is Rusutsu’s gentlest trail. Accessed using by East No.1 Pair Lift, this beginner-friendly trail is thoughtfully designed to keep new skiers and boarders safely away from other trails. This trail is also perfect for children that have just learned to ski on their own. What’s more, this kid-friendly trail is nice and wide for first-time skiers and snowboarders.

    Distance
    750m
    Slope
    Average 7°/ Maximum 8°
    Level
    Beginner
  • Fuboru

    Fuboru is a meandering trail branching off the hillside of East Tignes. This trail’s vast and rolling terrain takes beginners on a pleasant cruise through the forest while offering excellent conditions for intermediate and advanced skiers aiming to tackle Mt. Isola. Take East Quad Lift to squeeze in as many runs as you can.

    Distance
    1,200m
    Slope
    Average 8°/ Maximum 16°
    Level
    Beginner
  • EAST TIGNES
    East Tignes

    Running along the ridgeline from the peak of East Mt., East Tignes is a medium-angle Slope blessed with a picturesque panorama. Past the halfway point the terrain eases, and greets skiers and snowboarders with Freedom Park, which includes a succession of kickers and rails. This long trail offers up a variety of features, suiting snow-lovers of all levels.

    Distance
    2,500m
    Slope
    Average 11°/ Maximum 19°
    Level
    Intermediate
  • Super East
    Super EastUngroomed Trail

    A sharp Slope beginning at the summit of East Mt., Super East is known as Rusutsu’s steepest Slope. Since snow on this trail is left uncompressed, skiers can indulge in fresh powder after heavy snow falls. This precipitous trail often gets covered in large moguls, making for perfect conditions for technically oriented skiers.

    Distance
    500m
    Slope
    Average 32°/ Maximum 40°
    Level
    Expert
  • Across A
    Across AUngroomed Trail

    A short route linking East Mt. and Isola Base Station, Across A connects the hillside of East Tignes with Furikozawa. Short but steep, this convenient trail is the place to head for crisp powder turns right after snowfalls.

    Distance
    300m
    Slope
    Average 29°/ Maximum 33°
    Level
    Advanced
  • Across B
    Across BUngroomed Trail

    Blanketed in uncompressed snow, Across B is a quick shortcut that takes you from Fuboru to Isola Base Station. The trailside often has plenty of powder, which often goes unnoticed by many skiers. Featuring steep terrain, this trail is perfect for advanced skiers.

    Distance
    200m
    Slope
    Average 22°/ Maximum 33°
    Level
    Advanced
  • Joint

    Joint takes you from Fuboru to Isola Base Station. This trail may not be wide, but its moderate Slope helps control the speed, allowing beginners to ski to Mt. Isola without being intimidated.

    Distance
    200m
    Slope
    Average 7°/ Maximum 8°
    Level
    Beginner

Mt. Isola

  • Furikozawa
    Furikozawa

    A long trail bridging East Mt. and Mt. Isola, Furikozawa is the hub route taken by everyone heading to Mt. Isola. This main artery features beginner-friendly rolling terrain while the geographical features along the stream provide opportunities for advanced skiers and snowboarders to nimbly zip around the walls situated on both sides.

    Distance
    2,100m
    Slope
    Average 7°/ Maximum 10°
    Level
    Beginner
  • Isola Grand
    Isola Grand

    The first half of Isola Grand is characterized by a ridgeline overlooking Hokkaido’s classic panorama. Past the halfway point, you’ll discover a wide pathway running through the forest. Stretching 3,500m long and Rusutsu’s longest run, this aptly named trail is not to be missed.

    Distance
    3,500m
    Slope
    Average 12°/ Maximum 20°
    Level
    Intermediate
  • Isola A
    Isola AUngroomed Trail

    Isola A is the first trail that connects Isola Grand and Furikozawa. Paired with its steepness, this 1,000-meter-long trail has what it takes to satisfy even the experts. Expect to cut through uncompressed snow covered in moguls and often find plenty of dry power right after a snowfall.

    Distance
    1,000m
    Slope
    Average 24°/ Maximum 27°
    Level
    Expert
  • Isola B
    Isola BUngroomed Trail

    The second trail that connects Isola Grand and Furikozawa, Isola B starts out gentle, but turns steep past the halfway point. Snow on this trail is left uncompressed, and snowdrifts may form either on the right or left side depending on the wind. Moreover, you’re often greeted by deep moguls, depending on the line you follow.

    Distance
    800m
    Slope
    Average 22°/ Maximum 25°
    Level
    Advanced
  • Isola C

    The third trail connecting Isola Grand to Furikozawa, Isola C offers up neatly compressed snow, allowing you to maintain speed on the glide down from Isola Grand. Skiers can take East No.2 Pair Lift up to East Mt. from the junction of the two trails.

    Distance
    550m
    Slope
    Average 17°/ Maximum 25°
    Level
    Intermediate
  • Isola D
    Isola D

    Isola D is the fourth trail connecting Isola Grand and Furikozawa. Blanketed in compressed snow, this wide, gentle trail is ideal for all levels of skiers and snowboarders. Immediately past the junction of the two trails, you’ll see Mt. Shiribetsu as it emerges right in front of you. Don’t miss this picturesque and fleeting view.

    Distance
    800m
    Slope
    Average 13°/ Maximum 21°
    Level
    Intermediate
  • Isola D Bypass

    Isola D Bypass is a forest run that takes you on a detour from the lower half of Isola D as it gets increasingly steeper. Beginners should take Across No.2 Pair Lift for an easy trip back to East Mt. from Furikozawa.

    Distance
    380m
    Slope
    Average 12°/ Maximum 14°
    Level
    Beginner
  • Isola Summit Bypass

    Isola Summit Bypass is a beginner-friendly return pathway designed for an easy trip back to East Mt. from Mt. Isola. Thoughtfully designed, this trail allows you to switch to the gentle Slope of Isola Grand as you cruise down the broad pathway of Steamboat B.

    Distance
    350m
    Slope
    Average 6°/ Maximum 10°
    Level
    Beginner
  • Isola Grand Bypass
    Isola Grand Bypass

    Detouring from the steep part of Isola Grand, Isola Grand Bypass allows beginners to switch between the trails without being intimidated. This bypass route also acts as a return route from Steamboat A.

    Distance
    690m
    Slope
    Average 10°/ Maximum 16°
    Level
    Beginner
  • Steamboat A
    Steamboat A

    Steamboat A runs along a ridgeline coming from the Isola No.2 Quad stop to the Steamboat cafeteria. This trail may not be as vast as Steamboat B, but rarely gets crowded. Situated in the middle of the forest, this hidden gem offers ideal conditions for a tranquil cruise.

    Distance
    2,200m
    Slope
    Average 12°/ Maximum 26°
    Level
    Intermediate
  • Steamboat B
    Steamboat B

    Mt. Isola’s signature trail, Steamboat B boasts a distance of 2,200m. A wide, consistent Slope with great visibility, this flagship run is perfect for beginners. This fun trail offers exhilarating cruising for advanced skiers while helping beginners gain the confidence and rise to intermediate level.

    Distance
    2,100m
    Slope
    Average 12°/ Maximum 26°
    Level
    Intermediate
  • Rusutsu No. 1Ungroomed Trail

    Branching off beginner-friendly Steamboat A, Rusutsu No.1 is a surprisingly steep Slope blanketed in uncompressed snow. Straightforwardly named, this advanced trail tops the list of Rusutsu’s most challenging trails. On hitting this precipitous Slope that reaches up to 35 degrees, you can expect to find deep moguls formed along the path.

    Distance
    380m
    Slope
    Average 22°/ Maximum 35°
    Level
    Expert
  • Heavenly Canyon
    Heavenly CanyonUngroomed Trail

    Located at the deepest part of Mt. Isola, Heavenly Canyon is the signature trail of the Heavenly area. Situated along a stream. this trail receives plenty of snow carried in by the wind. With the entire distance stretching 1,850m, this landmark run attracts both skiers and snowboarders seeking quality powder.

    Distance
    1,850m
    Slope
    Average 13°/ Maximum 29°
    Level
    Advanced
  • Heavenly Sprit
    Heavenly SpritUngroomed Trail

    While starting out gentle, with this trail you can maintain high speed as you switch from Heavenly View. Including a 500-m Slope of up to 22 degrees, this trail offers ideal conditions for indulging in Rusutsu’s dry power.

    Distance
    550m
    Slope
    Average 19°/ Maximum 22°
    Level
    Advanced
  • Heavenly View
    Heavenly View

    The outermost trail from the summit of Mt. Isola, Heavenly View is characterized by flat, moderately-steep terrain great for fast runs down the mountainside. Named for its beautiful panorama, on sunny days this trail looks over the entire area around Lake Toya and Shikotsu Toya National Park. This vista can extend as far as Hokkaido Koma-ga-take.

    Distance
    2,700m
    Slope
    Average 9°/ Maximum 16°
    Level
    Intermediate
  • Heavenly Ridge A
    Heavenly Ridge A

    Featuring terrain of gradually varying steepness, this trail offers perfect conditions for the stimulating experience of controlling your steps according to the gradient, which reaches up to 30 degrees. This advanced high-speed piste is blanketed in thoroughly compressed snow, enabling your edges to cut briskly into the surface. If it’s carving and fast turns you crave, this is the trail for you.

    Distance
    1,250m
    Slope
    Average 14°/ Maximum 30°
    Level
    Advanced
  • Heavenly Ridge B

    Branching off from Heavenly View, Heavenly Ridge B is a wide piste that takes you through the forest. In addition to the step-like changes in steepness, the “selective grooming” (e.g. snow on the trail sides is left uncompressed) offers skiers and snowboarders plenty of stimulation. This trail also offers perfect conditions for beginners who are still getting used to uncompressed snow.

    Distance
    1,000m
    Slope
    Average 12°/ Maximum 20°
    Level
    Intermediate
  • Heavenly Trail

    This 350-m trail is a convenient short route that takes you from the Steamboat area to the Heavenly area. Its gentle Slope running through the forest attracts skiers seeking a laid-back ambiance for cruising.

    Distance
    350m
    Slope
    Average 15°/ Maximum 18°
    Level
    Intermediate

Terrain Parks

  • SIDE COUNTRY PARK
    Side Country ParkUngroomed Trail

    Situated in the forest along the trail, Side Country Park features ski-jump hills and rainbow rails made with natural logs. Alpine parks with as many natural elements as this one are rare, and experts who love powder, tree runs and a park all in the one spot will be in heaven.

    Level
    Expert
  • Freedom Park
    Freedom Park

    In this moderately-sized park, you’ll find an easy lane thoughtfully designed to allow beginners and intermediates to land safely, and an expert lane challenging enough for confident, advanced-level skiers and snowboarders. With setups for jumps and jibs, this park rounds out a perfect freestyle-oriented environment.

    Level
    Advanced

Kids Parks

  • Crayon Shinchan Kid’s Park
    Crayon Shinchan Kid’s Park

    Crayon Shinchan Kid’s Park is a child-friendly park featuring snow escalators. Combining facilities for tubing, sleigh riding and snow biking, this snow park is sure to keep your kids busy and entertained. It also makes mom’s life easier, as it’s conveniently located right next to the hotel. And of course, adults are more than welcome to join in the fun!

    Level
    Beginner
  • Crayon Shinchan Cross
    Crayon Shinchan CrossNight Sking Area

    Situated on Family Course on West Mt., this child-friendly piste features waves and banks as well as small jump ramps. They’ll love the gentle terrain with its gradual changes. Anyone with a lift ticket can access this trail.

    Level
    Beginner
  • Crayon Shinchan Treerun
    Crayon Shinchan Treerun

    Crayon Shinchan Tree Run is an adventure land situated in the middle of the forest that sprawls along Family Course on West Mt. Running through trees and overcoming moguls, it’ll feel like you’re running an obstacle race. Anyone with a lift ticket can access this piste.

    Level
    Beginner
  • Equipment that can be worn/carried on gondolas and lifts
    • ・Skis
    • ・Snowboard (*1)
    • ・Mini-skis (*1)
    • ・Snow Scoot (*1)
    • ・Chair Ski (*1)
    • ・Snow Moto (*1)
    • ・Swaky (*1)
    • ・Snow Feet (*1)
    • ・Air Board (*2)

    ※1 : Leashes required
    ※2 : Can only be used on the East Mt. East Vivaldi Course, can only be taken onto the East No. 1 and No. 2 Gondola.

SUMMER TRAIL MAP

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  • View Route
    View Route

    Explore the summit of West Mt. as you head down this hiking trail blessed with a pleasant mountain breeze. Treat yourself to the stunning landscape while refreshing your mind and body as you admire the panorama of Mt. Shiribetsu and Lake Toya. The entire path maintains more or less the same altitude, so anyone can walk it without difficulty.

    Distance
    1,900m
    Level
    Intermediate
  • FOREST TRAIL
    Forest Trail

    A 1.5-km trekking trail running from the mountain foot to the summit, Forest Trail takes you on a pleasant hike through the forest that sprawls along the ski trail. This forest pathway is noted for its soft black soil, which lends a gentle texture ideal for walkers and runners alike. You can also take the gondola up to the summit and hike back down the trail.

    Distance
    1,500m
    Level
    Intermediate
  • Refresh Jogging Loop
    Refresh Jogging Loop

    This 1.5-km paved trail weaves around the area in front of Rusutsu Resort Hotel. The flat terrain is great for both jogging and walking, suiting visitors with different energy levels. Let the cool, fresh breeze wash over you, an amazing feeling early on a summer’s morning.

    Distance
    1,500m
    Level
    Beginner