Japan's First 3km Gondola Park
Items for beginners, intermediate to advanced skiers are installed depending on the terrain of the slope
(The park will be closed from April 12th)
Bank & Slalom Section
Bank & Slalom
This slalom course is located near the top of the gondola, next to the top of the 4th lift.
The first half of the poles are widely spaced and the second half is slightly narrower, allowing for long and short turns.
Can you clear the course without going over the edge?!
There is a bank at the end of the pole. Hit the slash for the win!
This is a kicker for beginners located in the middle of the 4th lift. The lip is laid down and the table is 2 meters wide, so you don't need to go fast.
This is an item that you can enjoy jumping slowly into.
*The area around the top of the mountain is often iced over. Be careful not to overspeed!
Wave & Pump Section
A series of ups and downs. This is a new sensory item that allows you to experience the ups and downs of skiing and snowboarding turns, which are mostly left and right movements. Beginners to advanced skiers can enjoy
This is a kicker for intermediate to advanced skiers located at the top of the Allegro course in the middle of Parcours.
Jump into the panoramic view that stretches out in front of you! It's sure to be Instagram-worthy!
*Be careful of strong winds and Overspeed! Speed check required.
This is the hip at the bottom of the Allegro course. It can be flown from anywhere on the lip, It is designed for beginners who want to reduce their speed and fly from the middle. Even if you fly from the top of the lip, it is about 15 meters long, so even advanced players can have fun time and show their style. Let's slash your way through the landing!
From the bottom of the Dolce course next to the 1st lift
An item without a jumping platform for kicker jumps in the depressed terrain at the top of the 1st lift. If you have no experience of jumping, practice here first! You can put it in at the speed that suits you, so you can rest assured.
Advanced players can fully open their style with a knuckle hack!
10m front side hips
A reduced version of the front side 15m hips. The height of the lip is modest and the angle is loose, so it is perfect for practice. Watch out for overspeed, watch slowly at first, and gradually increase.
The 15m front side hip
The hip is an item that lands on the side and can be used by riders of various levels who can fly from the top of the lip or slow down and fly from the middle of the lip. You can gradually increase the height and distance according to your level.
The length of the side is 15m! How far can you fly?
8m x 350mm wide down rail (until April 6th)
The longest 8m rail in the gondola park. The way to enter the lip is side-in. Since it is a side-in down rail, it is easy to aim at the rail and it is wide so it is easy to pull out. The lip is also adjusted to the height of the rail, so even if the ollie is low, it's OK! Of course, there is a slope on the side of the snow and landing, so the impact of falling and landing is minimal. If you get out of this, you are an advanced player!
Designed with a lip that is slow and can withstand even if it does not reach the landing, and a slope that is a little fast and can withstand flying too much. A wide lip that allows you to freely take the approach of rotating techniques. There are also follow-up lanes on the left and right of the kick, so you can shoot. A pole is struck at the start position, so it is recommended to start from there. Please be careful about overspeed.
650mm Wide Box
This is a wide box for beginners located at the bottom of the first lift. It is set low, almost at the same height as the slope, so the risk of falling is minimal.
5.4m x 650mm boxes (until April 5)
Three 1800mm boxes are connected to form a staircase, which makes it easy to keep a rhythm of 1,2,3 so that you can see how much you are rubbing and practice blind (back-facing) techniques. The lip is flush with the top of the box. The wide lip makes it easy to approach spinning techniques. Of course, the landing is solid, so the impact of landing is minimal.
6.5mx 100mm square straight rail (until Apr 4)
The way to enter the lip is side-in, and the height of the lip is about 10cm lower than the rail so that you can aim the rail firmly. The rail uses 100 mm square, and compared to the round rail, the square rail can be ridden on a "face", so it is easy. This is also covered with snow on both the side and landing, so the risk of impact when falling is minimal.
5.5m x 350mm wide rainbow rail (until April 4)
Try riding straight up first! It's fun to just climb up and down! It's 350mm wide, so it's easy to ride! Even if you fall on the way down, there is snow on the sides and on the landing, so there is less impact when you land and less risk when you fall.
5.5m x 350mm wide straight rail (until April 4)
Lip entry is side-in (* ollie in from the side of the rail). The height of the lip is almost the same as the rail, so even people with low ollie skills can do it! The width is 350mm, so it's easy to ride! If you fall on the way down, the snow on the side and the landing is also covered with snow, so there is less impact when you land and less risk when you fall.
This kicker is located at the bottom of the first lift and is suitable for all levels from beginner to intermediate. It is designed to be jumped in two sets with the 6m kicker at the bottom. The rips are a little bit higher than the other kickers, which makes it easier to do spins and floats for its size.
*Beware of overspeeding!
This kicker is located at the bottom of the first lift and is suitable for all levels from beginner to intermediate. The moderate size and gentle lip make it easy to enter, and the low drop of the jump is designed to withstand a deco fall due to insufficient speed.
*Beware of overspeeding!