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The snow has arrived!
New Years tours on the calendar

It's been hard to get the minds turned toward ski touring with a late first snowfall this year, but there's snow on the ground now, and we're getting excited about starting the 2014-2015 season! And we've got at least one person already signed up for light ski touring to Togakushi on January 1. Slide under two rows of magnificent sugi trees on the way to the temple; lunch in the woods, hopefully a good view of the rugged peaks from Kagami Ike (Mirror Pond).And Mt. Akakura — where a view of Mt. Fuji is very likely — if there's enough snow!

Dancing Snow is a BCA Snow Safety Center
We're very happy to say that in the coming season, Dancing Snow will provide rental of beacons, airbags and air cylinders from BCA, the premier manufacturer of snow safety goods. The air cylinders for Japan are different than those for Europe and North America, meaning they can't be filled in the country—so just rent a cylinder, or a complete Float airbag system, for your stay in Myoko.

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Welcome
Join us in the beautiful Myoko backcountry!
Dancing Snow has something for every adventurer, from hiking in the woods for complete beginners, to big descents from area peaks.

11/1/2014 to 6/1/2015
6/1/2014 to 10/1/2014
You don't have to be an expert skier to enjoy your own backcountry adventure with Dancing Snow!
Backcountry doesn't necessarily mean the ultra-steep slopes and narrow chutes of ski videos; if you're ready to have fun in the snow, we have something for you (including some steep and challenging runs). In fact, we particularly enjoy giving people their first experience in the backcountry.

First take a look at our tour schedule page for the destinations we're planning. Other tour and hiking days are also possible, depending on guide availability. Just tell us what you'd like to do; we'll do our best to arrange a program to make it happen.

Please let us know at least a few days in advance, so we can arrange everything needed, and get together people with similar interests and skills (we're not necessarily on the mountain every day).


What we do
Spring to autumn
  Hiking and trekking
  Sea kayaking

Winter
   For everyone:
   For those new to deep powder or backcountry skiing:
   Day tours
   Multi-day tours


Five-day forecast for Myoko