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The best feature of this place is that its 1-hour drive from the city and a didi can take you there for 200kuai.
We arrived at 8am sharp (opening time) and got around very easily with help from english speaking staff- they were very attentive...More
I wouldn't recommend going if you haven't lived in China or cant speak some Chinese. Staff are great and help as much as they can but language is limited. Also getting there is not straightforward. My family and I had a great time and the...More
Enjoyed half a day skiing with fresh air and view to the Great Wall.
Bring your own food unless you like Chinese basic food.
As experienced skier it was a little bit boring but the kids could still be challenged. Some hills are blue and...More
Beautiful ski resort. Though it's artificial snow, we had a great time skiing. Weekday charge is cheaper starting from yuan 38 on Mon.
We did not manage to book the chalets online but came to the counter to book it. Many rooms available on weekdays....More
We went there during the Chinese New Year. My 2 friends and I decided to get a coach to teach us since we were newbies. There were 2 coaches who approached us. We were telling that we will only get 1 coach because we were...More
This is a lovely and well run ski resort close to Beijing. You can catch public transport here from Beijing or from Huairou (where I stayed at the 7 Days Inn see separate review). Bus number is 936 and you get off at the second...More
I was here the 3rd week of December, It was not full open. There are only 3 tracks running, 2 beginners and 1 intermediate. We ski for half day and is only 78rmb (incl pole ,ski n boots n lift). Apart from 200rmb deposit, locker...More
My wife, younger daughter (age 12) and I started our tour of China in Dec 2014 with a ski day at HuaiBei International Ski Area. We had arranged for a car and driver to pick us up at our down town hotel and it took...More
Destination skiing has to be put into perspective. I wasn't expecting the Alps or the Rockies and my family had a blast. We wanted to glide down a mountain surrounded by the Great Wall and that's what it's about. Reminded me of growing up on...More
If I could rate it 0 star, I would. Read of the official website that this one of China's top ski resort with an international standard. However, this attraction was the worst I ever experienced.
1) There was only 1 bus that goes to the...More