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Q: Best places to skii around Beijing?

Since it seems the snowmobile is not an option around here, anyone have any experience with the skii resorts around Beijing? Any of them decent, or are all the slopes lame?

7 years 44 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Beijing

 
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In and around Beijing proper, sorry, nothing great.  However, about 3 hours away in Heibei is the Wan Long Ski Field.  It's a mid-level field with natural snow (when it snows).

If you want the best, take the D train from Beijing to Harbin and try Yabuli.  It's rather nippy up there but if you want true, unfettered skiiing, that is about as good as it gets in China, IMHO.

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There are some good slopes in the  Fengta  district  the slopes are behind the military sports training center   catch a 327 at the fairgrounds near line 1 subway  20 minute ride   your there.....I use it every week  have fun

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