A good base to begin where beginner gradients merges nicely with intermediate and advanced terrain. This area is where you can slip into advanced classes as the terrain quickly changes nicely challenging you. The “wall of Mt. Nagi”, commonly called “Nakikabe”, has an inner wall and a large wall and the large wall is unstressed snow. It is also used for technical selection and certification, and it is a short distance but has a good response for improving your technique.
At the base of Nakiyama Slope, Happo-one Ski and Snowboard School has their check in office for lessons. There is also a kids and family snow play area 「Nakiyama Snowland」 and a free parking area nearby.
- Slope gradientMax. 35°C / Average 17°C
- Degree of difficultyIntermediate – Upper beginner
- Course length750m