China is home to some of the most magnificent ski resorts that will cater to all your needs for adventure and snow! The skiing season begins in mid December and ends in March but there is the exception of Changbaishan’s ski resorts where the skiing continues until April.
Introduction to Yabuli Ski Resort (亚布力滑雪场) Yabuli Ski Resort is the largest Ski Resort in China and has hosted the 1996 Winter Asian Games and 2009 Winter Univeiade. Yabuli Ski Resort is located in Yabuli Town which is 180 kilomete from Harbin. The ski resort has the best facilities and has international standard ski slopes…> Read More
Ski Season: November until March (approximately 150 days).
Temperature: Average -10 degrees, lowest temperature -44 degrees
Within Wanda International Resort is Asia's best facilitated ski resort, winter outdoor sports/facilities, hot springs, luxurious hotels, Shaman culture center, Changbaishan Theatre and a resort town filled with entertainment. The ski season at Wanda begi at the end of November until the end of March with an average of 120 da…> Read More
Ski Season: The end of November until the end of March (approximately 120 days).
Temperature: Average 4 degrees, lowest temperature -42.2 degrees
The Nahan Ski Resort fit opened its doo to ski love in 2001 and has since been one of the largest ski resorts in northern China. The ski resort currently has 21 trails suitable for beginne, intermediate and advanced skie. Nahan ski resort also has the latest technology keeping the snow on the ski slopes in top tip condition for s…> Read More
Ski Season: December until February.
Temperature: Average -10 degrees, lowest temperature -15 degrees
Introduction to Erlongshan Ski Resort (二龙山滑雪场) The ski resort was built in 1999 and continues to be one of the most popular ski resorts in Heilongjiang Province. The highest altitude is a staggering 266 mete and the resort cove 780,000 square mete. There are 8 trails for beginne, intermediate and advanced skie, with 6 trail…> Read More
Introduction to Jade Dragon Mountain Ski Resort (玉龙雪山滑雪场) Located at the east of Jade Dragon mountain with 4,700m above sea level, the Jade Dragon Mountain Ski Resort is the warmest natural alpine ski resort which is closest to the equator of earth. The beautiful image of it would come into your eyes upon you approach the …> Read More
Introduction to Xiling Snow Mountain Ski Resort (西岭雪山滑雪场） Xiling Snow Mountain Ski Resort is renowned as the largest and the best alpine ski resort in China. Xiling Snow Mountain Ski Resort is about 120 kilomete away from Chengdu. With the beautiful landscapes, good skiing equipment, and easy accessibility, Xiling Snow Mo…> Read More
The Alshan Alpine Ski Resort is known for its forest mountain landscapes and, it's natural oxygen bar providing visito with refreshing air. The slopes cover an area of 6,000 square mete and can accommodate 4,000 skie. The training center was cotructed based on international competition standards and was one of the training ba…> Read More
Introduction to Beidahu Ski Resort (吉林北大湖滑雪场) Beidahu Ski Resort, is located in the development zone of Beidahu, about 53 kilomete to Jilin downtown. Surrounded by mountai on three sides, the advantaged location guarantees a suitable weather circumstances with very little wind in winter.The slope in Beidahu Ski Resort is …> Read More
Ski Season: November until February.
Temperature: Average -10 degrees, lowest temperature -30 degrees.
Wanlong Ski Resort is one of the newest skiing resorts in China. The resort has 22 trails for skie of different levels, including 5 for advanced skie, 10 intermediate and 7 beginne. There are 5 chairlifts trails to meet the needs of visito. Wanlong Ski Resort is one of the earliest to open to skie annually due to its geographical…> Read More
Introduction to Jihua Ski Resort (吉华滑雪场) Jihua Ski Resort is also known as Jihua Changshou Mountain Ski Resort and is located in Binxi National Forest Park of Harbin. The resort is one of the best with its amazing surrounding and mountain scenery. There is an estimated 150 days of snowfall each year and the best time to visi…> Read More