Action & Adventure
Snowtown Yeti スノータウン イエティ
A ski resort with an unforgettable name and runs for everyone
Whether you're a novice skier or a veteran, Snowtown Yeti has a piste for you. Situated at the second station of Mt. Fuji, half of Yeti's runs are for beginners, 40 percent are for intermediates, and the remaining 10 percent suit advanced skiers and snowboarders. The resort also has a small terrain park with jumps and rails.
Since you're starting at the top, you can begin your runs as soon as you're warmed up, no lift necessary.
Slopes for beginning, intermediate and advanced skiers
Yeti has a daycare center and activities for kids
How to Get There
You can reach Snowtown Yeti by train and bus, and by car.
There are several options for JR trains to get you close, including Gotemba Station, Mishima Station, Susono Station, Fuji Station and Fujinomiya Station. From there, you'll take a bus that requires about an hour.
Places to eat and shop, and a daycare center for pre-skiers
The rental shop, store and restaurants are in the central house on the top of the slope, so you can eat and get any equipment you need. Yeti has a snow school, daycare center and snow activity space for sledding and snowball fights. There are plenty of toys in the daycare center to keep little ones occupied.
Snowtown Yeti's regular season lasts from October 6 to March 23, with springtime running from March 24 to April 8. It's the first ski resort to open each season.