Inuit people living in the Arctic traditionally keep themselves warm in harsh weather by making igloos using compacted snow. Enjoy the fun and challenge of building your own igloo in Niseko’s stunning winter landscape. Learn how to pack the snow, cut it into blocks, then use the blocks to form a dome. Igloos are a surprisingly warm and comfortable refuge from the harsh winter cold. They also make great mountain shelters thanks to their insulation and stability in heavy winds. Once your igloo is complete, take a break inside and embrace the satisfying comfort for yourself.