Shiga Giant - Ski Area Guide
Shiga Giant, Japan
Ski Resort (1,340m to 1,580m)
A gigantic ski area, largest in Japan and one of the world's largest, comprised 22, largely lift-inter-connected ski resorts. A huge variety of terrain and the site for half-a dozen of the 1998 Olympic events.
Shiga Giant Snow News
There is currently no significant snow in the forecast for Shiga Giant.
Who is Shiga Giant good for?
Shiga Giant Ski Area
|1||Black Piste (1km)|
|2||Blue Pistes (1km)|
Shiga Giant Ski Area Height
|1340m||Resort Altitude (Shiga Giant)|
The Japanese Ski Resort of Shiga Giant has direct access to 3 individual pistes, served by 2 ski lifts.
The skiing is at relatively low altitude, so snow cover can be variable.
There is an airport within two hours drive, so ski weekends, snowboard breaks and short ski holidays to Shiga Giant are perfectly feasible.
Skiing in Shiga Giant
There is skiing to suit a range of abilities.
Snowboarding in Shiga Giant
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Shiga Giant in brief
Shiga Giant Season Dates
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NOTE:- Opening subject to Snow Conditions in Shiga Giant.
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Shiga Giant Ski Lift Capacity
Ski Lift Capacity :- The 2 Ski Lifts of Shiga Giant are able to uplift 2,800 skiers / snowboarders per hour.
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