Snowriders Australia in collaboration with Liquid Snow Tours is pleased to offer you and your family a range of budget accommodation types. Mix and match as you please: whether you are after a shared room, or a bundled holiday package , just let us know. As regular snow travelers, we know what works.
The Shiga Kogen Resort in Nagano Japan is a good all-rounder as a ski holiday destination. It first gained international notoriety when it hosted various events at the 1998 Nagano Winter Olympics, including the women’s downhill, slalom, super G and snowboarding events. Since that time many other skiers and snowboarders have flocked to the Shiga Kogen ski resorts to get a taste of what this area has to offer.
Shiga Kogen provides a large variety of ski and snowboard terrain, and quality snow because it’s the second highest ski resort in Japan. It’s not called Shiga Heights for nothing (Kogen means heights or highlands)! [Powder Hounds].
The Prince Hotel South
The Prince Hotel South, located in the South Building, with its casual atmosphere, is perfect for active skiers and snowboarders. From the building, you can directly take the No. 2 Gondola. Shiga Kogen is the biggest ski resort in Japan with 19 unique ski areas both large and small. The courses, full of variety, are a paradise for skiers and snowboarders that also offer beautiful views.
The Shiga Kogen Prince Hotel South offers ski in ski out to the largest of the Shiga Kogen ski areas with the best ski infrastructure. The rooms are well priced Western rooms with ensuites and there are many facilities offered, including: Restaurants, ski rentals, free wifi in lobby, natural open air onsen, souvenir shop, ski and snowboard lockers.
Packages for the Shiga Kogen area are extremely competitive – some of the best we’ve seen. Looking for a budget, authentic Japanese snow holiday? Shiga Kogen is the place for you.