Niseko joins The Mountain Collective

21st August 2017, by Abi Butcher

Niseko in Japan has been added to the Mountain Collective ski pass

Niseko in Japan has been added to the Mountain Collective ski pass

Some of Japan’s top ski resorts have joined The Mountain Collective ski pass.

Grand Hirafu, Hanazono, Niseko Village and An’nupuri — which together make up Niseko United — have been added to the Mountain Collective™ ski pass which offers passholders 40 days of skiing at 20 world-renowned destinations.

Aspen, Telluride, Jackson Hole, Revelstoke and Mammoth are among the top-name ski resorts included on the Mountain Collective pass. As well as Niseko, Sugarbush and Snowbasin have been added for the 2017/18 season.

Each area offers two days of skiing on the pass, which costs $469 for adults ($99 for children under 12), while Alta, Snowbird, Banff Sunshine and Lake Louise will this season offer four days of skiing under the terms of the pass. For more information, and to buy, visit

Niseko is the sixth global destination on the Mountain Collective pass outside North America, joining Coronet Peak – The Remarkables, New Zealand; Thredbo, Australia; Chamonix Mont-Blanc, France; Hakuba Valley, Japan and Valle Nevado, Chile.

Colin Hackworth of Niseko United said: “We are thrilled to join the Mountain Collective as a global affiliate. The resorts represented on the pass are among the best in the world, and we look forward to welcoming Collective passholders to experience the Japanese culture and Niseko’s extensive terrain spanning the four resorts.”

Read Where to Ski and Snowboard’s independent review of Niseko in Japan.

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