Top 5 Summer Activities for Kids in Niseko

Let them run wild in Niseko.

Perfect for adventures, Niseko has it all to keep kids entertained during long summer days. Let them burn off the extra energy by exploring the wonderful nature in Niseko. Here are the top five summer activities for kids in Niseko.

Summer Camp

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Kids building skateboards at EdVenture.

Designed for children between the ages of four to fourteen, EdVenture offers a week long summer camp to let kids explore Niseko and partake in fun activities as a group. Some of these activities include skateboard building, fruit picking and overnight camping. 

Location: EdVenture

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Zip line Tour


Zip lining through the trees at Niseko Village.

With a range of difficulties, zip line tour is suitable for all ages of different abilities. Let your kids soar through the air and become fascinated by the natural scenery around. 

Location: Niseko Village

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Horse Riding

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Horse Riding at K2 Stables.

Horseback riding is a great way to see the outdoors of Niseko for kids over the age of 12. Offered by K2 Stables, children can come into close contact with the beautiful animal and take a ride around Niseko on a horse. Let them learn how to control a horse and then venture into the woods or up a hill for a short horse trekking experience. 

Location: K2 Stables

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Tree Trekking

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Explore the forests of Niseko in one of the biggest tree top adventure parks in Japan. With more than 100 obstacles in the course, kids will be thrilled to roam through the obstacle routes in the tree high environment. 

Location: NAC Adventure Park

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Kids enjoying the water from rafting at NAC.

Let them try the fun water sports in one of the clearest rivers in Japan. With changing currents in the Shiribetsu River, kids will be able to feel an adrenaline rush from rafting with plenty of water splashing action.

Location: NAC

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Looking for more fun activities for yourself? Read our thrill seekers guide to Niseko.