Top 10 Ski Resorts China (Part 2)

No.4 Alshan Alpine Ski Resort (Inner Mongolia)


The Alshan Alpine Ski Resort is located in Inner Mongolia and is one of the best ski resorts in China. The resort is known for its forest mountain landscapes and, it’s natural oxygen bar providing visitors with refreshing air. The slopes cover an area of 6,000 square meters and can accommodate 4,000 skiers. The training center was constructed based on international competition standards and was one of the training bases for the Chinese Olympic skiing team.

The resort is separated into two sections: The West Hill Ski Terrain for ski racing and training, the East Hill Terrain is for leisure. The West Hill Terrain is built in accordance with the standards for international ski racing and is ideal for advanced skiers. This part covers around 5.5 square kilometers with several alpine and cross country trails.



Ski Season: November until April

Temperature: Average -10 degrees, lowest temperature -20 degrees



No. 5 Wanlong Ski Resort ( Hebei Province)


Wanlong Ski Resort in Heibei Province is 50 miles away from Zhangjiakou City, about a 4 hours coach journey from Beijing. It is one of the newest skiing resorts in China. The resort has 22 trails for skiers of different levels, including 5 for advanced skiers, 10 intermediate and 7 beginners. There are 5 chairlifts trails to meet the needs of visitors.



Wanlong Ski Resort is one of the earliest to open to skiers annually due to its geographical location in the high mountains that is influenced by cold air from Siberia. Each September, the temperatures drop to below zero. Wanlong Ski Resort has introduced an international standard snowmaking system that consists of 13 snow making machines.

Ski Season: November until April


Address: Honggaoliang District, Chongli County

Telephone: +(86) 0313 4785111


No.6 Erlongshan Ski Resort (Harbin)


Longzhu Erlongshan Ski Resort is located on the north of Erlong Lake and is situated about 60 kilometers west of Harbin. 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 meters and the resort covers 780,000 square meters.



There are 8 trails for beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers, with 6 trails totaling 5,600 meters for alpine skiers with slopes ranging from 3 degrees to 30 degrees. The ski period is approximately 170 days. The Erlongshan Ski Resort reportedly has the deepest snow and best skiing conditions for winter.


Ski Season: November until March


Address: Erlong Mountain Ski Area, Binzhou Town, Bin County, Heilongjiang Province

Telephone: + (86) 0451 82309772, 57908008


 No.7 Nanshan International Ski Resort (Beijing)


The Nanshan Ski Resort first opened its doors to ski lovers in 2001 and has since been one of the largest ski resorts in northern China. The ski resort currently has 21 trails suitable for beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers. Nanshan ski resort also has the latest technology keeping the snow on the ski slopes in top tip condition for skiers that includes 20 snow making machines and four snow groomers. For those who want to have snow fun other than skiing on the slopes the resort also has sledding and an imported luge track all the way from Germany. What’s more the Nanshan resort has 2 quadruple chair lifts, a double chair lift, 13 drag lifts and 3 magic carpets making it convenient for skiers to get to the slopes.



Ski Season: November until March

Address: Shengshuitou Village,Miyun County, Beijing

Telephone: +(86) 010-89091909




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