PyeongChang, Korea

YongPyong Ski Resort in South Korea is a premier winter destination, renowned for its extensive terrain that caters to all skill levels. The resort gained international fame as a venue during the 2018 Winter Olympics hosting the technical alpine skiing events. This has enhanced its infrastructure, making it a must-visit location for winter sports enthusiasts around the world. With its comprehensive amenities and beautiful setting, YongPyong Ski Resort remains a top choice for a memorable winter getaway.

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All About YongPyong

YongPyong Ski Resort is often called the “Korean Alps” due to its impressive mountain terrain and extensive facilities. It also features the longest gondola in Asia, the Dragon Peak gondola, which offers spectacular views as it transports skiers to the summit. With it’s Olympic class facilities, you will have a great experience at YongPyong.

• Skiable Terrain: 24km of slopes
• Number Of Runs: 28
• Summit: 1,458m
• Vertical: 705m
• Ski Season: Mid November to Early April
• Annual Snowfall: 2.5m
• Longest Run: 5.6km
• Average Temp: -5C
• Trail Difficulty: 10% Beginner, 50% Intermediate, 40% Advanced
• Lift System: 14 Total Including 1 Gondola, 2 Six Person Chairs, 7 Quad Chairs, 2 Triple Chairs, and 2 Double Chairs

• Downhill Skiing
• Night Skiing
• Visit an Alpaca Farm
• Sightseeing Gondola
• Snow Sledding
• Strawberry Picking
• Visit Samyang Ranch
• YongPyong Waterpark


  • Olympic Heritage

    Having hosted events during the 2018 Winter Olympics, YongPyong boasts facilities and slopes that meet international competition standards, ski on the same trails used by world-class athletes.

  • Biggest South Korean Resort

    One of South Korea's oldest and most renowned ski resorts, opened its doors in 1975. Since then, it has developed significantly, growing into a premier destination for winter sports.

  • Uncrowded

    Due to its extensive size and the number of slopes available, YongPyong manages to disperse crowds effectively, reducing the feeling of overcrowding.

  • Extensive Season Duration

    Thanks to its geographical location and climate, Yongpyong enjoys one of the longest ski seasons in South Korea, typically running from November to early April.

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