Action & Adventure
Sapporo Teine Ski Resort サッポロテイネ
Fresh snow just outside the city
Less than an hour away from the city center, Sapporo Teine Ski Resort is one of the most accessible resorts in the prefecture. Offering reasonable prices and trails, from those suitable for beginners to more advanced runs for seasoned pros, Sapporo Teine Ski Resort is perfect for a quick day trip or a full weekend adventure.
- Views of the mountain ranges and ocean in the distance
- Hitting the park to try out all your tricks on the kickers, rails, and boxes
How to Get There
The resort is accessible by train and bus.
From Sapporo Station, it is a 20-minute JR train ride to Teine. Change to a JR bus in front of the Teine train station. It is a 20-minute ride to the Teine Olympia Mae bus stop.
Sapporo Teine Ski Resort hosted many of the events for the 1972 Winter Olympic Games
The highest point of the mountain is 1,023 meters above sea level
There are 9 lifts and 15 courses
Ski the slopes—whatever your level
There are two main areas on the mountain, Olympia and the Highland Zone, which offer slopes at a variety of levels. Olympia is best for beginners and lower intermediates, while the Highland Zone is more challenging. Check out the four runs in Nature Zone. Night skiing is also offered at Teine.
Master the mountain
Teine offers a range of lessons for adults and kids, but make sure you get your bookings done early.
Save on snowy adventures
Check the JR Hokkaido website for special ski packages, many of which include transportation, lift passes, and gear rental. Sapporo Teine Ski Resort also offers a variety of lift options from hourly passes to season passes.
The latest information may differ, so please check the official website