Hakuba is a ski resort town in the northern Japan Alps. As the surrounding valley has an annual snow fall of over 11.1 meters, it is the central hub for 10 ski resorts with more than 200 runs. The village was the main event venue for 1998 Winter Olympics (Alpine, Ski Jump, Crosscountry).
Hakuba consists of seven main ski areas. At the southern end of the Hakuba Valley are the resorts of Hakuba 47, Goryu, and the Olympic ski resort Happo-One (pronounced O-ney). To the north are Iwatake, Tsugaike, Norikura, and Cortina resorts.
(Goryu, Hakuba 47, Hakuba Happo-one, Highland Snowpark, Iwatake, Minekata, Sanosaka)
Surrounded by the Japan Sea (northward), Nagano City (eastward) and the Tateyama Kurobe Dam area (southward), Hakuba is also a popular summer vacation area which offers a variety of outdoor activities at an altitude of 700-800 metres, e.g. hiking, rafting/shower climbing, paragliding, mountain bike, bird sighting etc.
Location：Acces map on happo one website : http://www.happo-one.jp/english/plan/traffic.html