Join Black Diamond Tours for the Ultimate Ski Adventure
With an average annual snowfall of 15 meters and over 100 ski resorts, its clear why Hokkaido is quickly becoming one of the hottest ski destinations in the world. Fortunately, we’ve spent years sifting through these resorts and their surrounding backcountry terrain in search of the best lines, hidden zones and deepest snow to become known as Hokkaido’s Powder Specialists. If you’ve only got a limited amount of time on the island, signing up for a Black Diamond Tour is the best way to guarantee yourself the freshest tracks.
Black Diamonds sister company, Hokkaido Backcountry Club, runs daily heli trips to the 1,107 meter Shiribetsu-Dake volcano, famous for fresh powder lines and steep ridges covered in beautiful birch forest.
All guests staying at Black Diamond Lodge receive 10% off all guided day tours operated by BD. Offer valid throughout the winter season with no blackout period and even on last minute bookings. Staying at BDL is the best way to keep up on conditions with our guides and staff on hand to keep you up to speed.
BDT multi day trips are your ticket to an epic adventure visiting Hokkaido’s top powder destinations. With your professional guide on hand you’ll have access to unrivaled local knowledge ensuring you find the best lines, deepest snow and most interesting features on every single day of your vacation.
2016/17 dates and prices have been released!!
This 2 day package is a great way to cap up off an epic ski vacation in Hokkaido. We’ll take you from Niseko to Sapporo via Sapporo Kokusai and Teine Highland and facilitate your airport transfer along with the opportunity to check out the shopping, restaurants and nightlife in the world’s snowiest major city.
Interested in spending more time in the backcountry? Learn the essentials of terrain evaluation, snow stability forecasting, weather assessments and self rescue techniques to keep you alive while searching for that epic backcountry line. We offer certified CAA recognized AST1 and AST2 courses.