All That Skiing in Korea Travel Guidebook
All That Skiing in Korea is a travel guidebook that provides everything you need to know for your first ski trip in Korea, including where and how to go to the skiing resorts in Gangwon-do, Gyeonggi-do, Jeolla-do and Gyeongsang-do, nearby tourist attractions, as well as exploring PyeongChang Winter Olympic venue. Save big with the discount coupons offered for equipment rental, ski lift, and shuttle bus!
You can get a copy of the guidebook from Korea plaza (Ground Floor, Menara Hap Seng, Jalan P.Ramlee, Kuala Lumpur, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), while stocks last.
Gangwon-do Province is where most of Korea’s ski resorts are located, as its altitude allows for the greatest snowfall. The ski resorts over there offer top-notch facilities and beautiful sceneries, which will be worth the long distance you travel. Below is a list of the skiing resorts in Gangwon-do:
- Elysian Gangchon
- Vivaldi Park
- Oak Valley
- Welli Hilli Park
- Phoenix Pyeongchang
- Alpensia Resort
- YongPyong Resort
- High1 Resort
Those who want to go on a quick ski trip, the best option for you is to visit the ski resorts near Seoul in Gyeonggi-do. Though the snow conditions or facilities at these resorts are comparatively lower than the ones in Gangwon-do, their convenient locations make them ideal for a one-day skiing or weekday night ski trip. Below is a list of the skiing resorts in Gyeonggi-do:
- Jisan Forest Resort
- Konjiam Resort
- Yangji Pine Resort
- Bears Town
- Star Hill Resort
- Gangwha Seaside Resort
Jeolla-do’s ski resort blend in beautifully with the natural setting of Deogyusan Mountain, offering breathtaking views of snow-covered trees and snow flurrying in the wind. Deogyusan Resort is the only skiing resort in Jeolla-do.
As the only ski resort in the Gyeongsang region, Eden Valley Resort is a stylish ski field in a beautiful natural setting and it offers various leisure outdoor activities, in addition to ski slopes.
Get the travel guidebook from Korea Plaza now and enjoy skiing in Korea!