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Seeking Skizen: How To Ski Japan

24th February 2016 | Krista Crabtree, OnTheSnow Ski Test Director

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The iconic Mount Yotei is known as the "Mount Fuji of Hokkaido." - © Linda Guerrette

The iconic Mount Yotei is known as the "Mount Fuji of Hokkaido."
Copyright: Linda Guerrette

The iconic Mount Yotei is known as the "Mount Fuji of Hokkaido." - © Linda Guerrette
Skiers get cozy by the fire in the Niseko Park Hotel, within walking distance of the slopes. - © Linda Guerrette

Skiers get cozy by the fire in the Niseko Park Hotel, within walking distance of the slopes.
Copyright: Linda Guerrette

Skiers get cozy by the fire in the Niseko Park Hotel, within walking distance of the slopes. - © Linda Guerrette
Jill Matlock, who runs International Mountain Adventures with her husband Ross, arcs a graceful turn. - © Linda Guerrette

Jill Matlock, who runs International Mountain Adventures with her husband Ross, arcs a graceful turn.
Copyright: Linda Guerrette

Jill Matlock, who runs International Mountain Adventures with her husband Ross, arcs a graceful turn. - © Linda Guerrette
Skiing over dirt patches and through bamboo groves one day gave way to a landscape submerged under two feet of snow the next.  - © Linda Guerrette

Skiing over dirt patches and through bamboo groves one day gave way to a landscape submerged under two feet of snow the next.
Copyright: Linda Guerrette

Skiing over dirt patches and through bamboo groves one day gave way to a landscape submerged under two feet of snow the next.  - © Linda Guerrette

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