Meiho Area Meiho Ski Resort
The longest skiing distance of 5,000m!
The largest skiing slopes &
kids park in western Japan!
The only ski resort in Meiho area located in the northeast of Gujo-shi. The altitude of 1,600m on the top of skiing slope and the altitude difference of 700m is No. 1 in Oku Mino area. You can see Mt Ontakesan, Northern Alps and Hakusan Mountains from the mountaintop. One of the trails with a skiing distance of over 5,000m sliding from the summit to the center house is very famous. The slopes have an average slope of 8 degrees, which is very safe for beginners. There are various trails for advanced skiers with a maximum slope of 38 degrees. Shaun the Sheep Snowland which is one of the largest kids’ slopes in western Japan, is available for children. Reservation-only daycare center is at service too. Most staff are from local Gujo-shi who all are very friendly. Snowshoe tours and snowmobile tours are available for those who do not ski.
Number of trails 13
Maximum slope 38°
Maximum skiing distance 5,000m
|Address||3447-1, Meiho Okuzumi, Gujo-shi, Gifu-ken, 501-4304|
|Period||Early December – early April|
|Opening hours||08:00 – 16:30|
|Access||30 minutes from Gujo Hachiman IC towards Takayama of Tokai Hokuriku Expressway
Free shuttle bus from Gujo Hachiman Station of Nagaragawa Railway
(* a subscription basis https://tabiemon.jp/courtesy/)
|Parking area||Available (3500 parking lots)|
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|Foreign language||English : ★★★★☆ Chinese : ★★★★☆|
- ■ Lift ticket
One-day ticket (Weekday special day) / Afternoon ticket (Weekday special day) / Set ticket (1 point 10 points) / Season ticket (Weekdays) / Season ticket (All days)
・Adult & Senior / Junior high and high school students, Children & Parent-child tickets
・Weekdays and special days (Weekends and holidays, Year-end and New Year holidays (12/30 – 1/3))
* There are also season tickets. * Please check official website for prices and details.
- ■ Rental
① Skis + boots + ski poles / ② Snowboard + boots / Skis / Snowboard / Ski boots / Snowboard boots / ③ Wear (Top / bottom) / Full set (① or ② + ③) / High grade skis + boots + ski poles / High grade skis / High-grade snowboard + boots / High-grade snowboard / Goggles / Tri-ski / Ski trainer (Harness)
◎ Items for sale
Gloves / Knit hat / Mitten gloves
- ■ Skiing School
Meiho Ski & Snowboard School (SAJ official recognition) / SIA Meiho Pro Ski School / School of Snowboard
* Contents and fees vary. Please check official website for details.
- ■ Snow playing area
Shaun the Sheep Snowland
One of the largest kids’ slopes with a moving belt in western Japan.
Admission 1,200JPY (2 years old and above)
Sled / Tube / Snow Strider
・Fee : 500JPY (Admission fee required separately)
BURTON KID’S RIGLET PARK
Kids lessons (Preschoolers)
・6,500JPY / 60 minutes
◎ Indoor facilities
Shaun the Sheep Kids Room
・Half day 3,000JPY
・Whole day 5,000JPY
* Reservation-only daycare center (For 2 to 6 years old)
Shaun the Sheep Kids Land
・Free of charge
* Nursing room is available.
* Please check official website for details.
- ■ Nearby hot springs
Meiho Spa Yuseikan
- ■ Experience / Playing / Activity
◎ Snowshoes Adventure
Experience tour to explore the forest around the ski resort wearing traditional snowshoes
◎ Snow Vehicle ADV
Tour of the forest around the ski resort in a snow car
- ■ Other attractions
On the deck terrace in front of the center house, there are many restaurants where you can try local menus.
- ■ Remarks
Please check official website for details.
Meiho Ski Resort
Relax at a day trip hot spring
One-day hot springs are located throughout Gujo-shi. Some of them are located next to ski resorts. Relaxing at a hot spring before returning home after enjoying winter sports for a whole day is highly recommended!
Get your food and souvenir
at Roadside Station
Make a stop at those roadside station on your way home from skiing or snowboarding, you can fully enjoy the attractiveness of Gujo, such as having local cuisine, buying popular farm products, and visiting tourist information centers.