Area Attractions

With a landscape that changes dramatically between winter and summer seasons, Niseko stands as a unique mountain destination providing a variety of outdoor, sport and cultural experiences for all tastes and ages. The best powder snow in the world during winter for the most exiting rides of your life and the clearest river water of Japan within a majestic forest during summer, enabling you to connect with the nature during a timeless getaway in Niseko. 


Please check winter activities here.

For more details or booking activities, please contact our concierge team at

Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono

328-47 Aza Iwaobetsu, Kutchan-cho, Abuta-gun
Hokkaido, Japan, 044-0082



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Winter Activities

Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono Winter Activities

Skiing and Snowboarding

Plunge yourself in the world’s finest powder snow with Park Hyatt Niseko’s ski in & ski out facilities. Ride over the ski slopes from Mount Annupuri to Hanazono. The wide open runs and off-piste slopes attract skiers and snowboarders from all over the world.

Snowmobile Tours

Experience some of the best views from Niseko range from a 600cc lightweight snowmobile. A private guide will take you through the lush forests through powder snow covered lands.

Lift Tickets, Ski School, Ski and Snowboard Rental, Kids Club, and all other Winter Activities

Please visit the Niseko Hanazono Resort website for more information.

Summer Activities

Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono Summer Activities


The hotel offers an easy access to the fascinating Hanazono Golf course, set in beautiful natural surroundings featuring a water creek, elevation changes and a natural white birch forest. 18 captivating holes at the doorstep of Mount Yotei. For more details, please email

Rafting, Canoeing

Try out the most popular summer outdoor activity on one of Hokkaido’s most beautiful rivers, the Shiribetsu River. Take advantage of a sport suitable for all ages and levels of experience during the spring and summer seasons once the snow had melted and met the river. Duration: 2.5 hours with 2 starts a day at 9:00 am and 1:30 pm. For more details, please email

Mountain Biking

During green season, experience Niseko’s forest from the other side, cycling along the Shiribetsu River or climbing the winter ski slopes for more action. All tours are fully supported by local expert guides. Public and private tours available from June to October. For more details, please email

Area Guide

Park Hyatt Niseko Hanazono Town Activities

Otaru City

67 km
Spend the day in Otaru, the closest large city to Niseko and climb up Mount Tengu with the local ropeway to enjoy stunning city views. Have a walk through Sakaimachi Street and taste different local flavors before indulging in a sake tasting at Tanaka Sake Brewery Kikkougura. End your day in the Nitori Museum of Art, housed in one of Otaru’s city most historical buildings dating of the early 20th century or have a romantic stroll along the Otaru Canal.

Shikotsu-Toya National Park

17 km
Located in Southwestern of Hokkaido, Shikotsu-Toya National Park is famous for its two lakes Toya and Shikotsu and offers visitors a large range of activities including hot springs with stunning views over caldera lakes and volcanic mountains. Both Shikotsu and Toya lakes were formed from collapses from a volcanic activity. Toya lake region also features Mount Usu, an active volcano last erupted in 2000 while Shikotsu region showcase few mountains inclusive of Mount Tarumae, one of Japan’s most active volcano last erupted in 1981. It is still possible to climb it (1h30) to enjoy spectacular views of the deserted crater landscape.

Sapporo City

104 km
Sapporo, Japan’s 5th largest city and one of its newest, was chosen to be the capital city of Hokkaido at the beginning of Meiji Era, when the modern development of Hokkaido started. Sapporo became famous in 1972 thanks to the Olympic Winter Games and is known for its beer and ramen noodles. It also offers a rich variety of sites such as the Moerenuma Park, the Historic Village, Sapporo Beer museum, Odori Park, Susukino’a area, the Botanical Garden and many Onsen hot springs.