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Q: How does Harbin's Yabuli compare to foreign ski resorts?

I've seen Yabuli up in Harbin mentioned in several places as China's best ski resort. 

 

Having been to a few "hills" outside of Beijing, I'm not sure that's saying much. Anyone been there and able to tell me how it compares to good/average ski resorts in North America or Europe? Is it truely worth checking out or not worth the trip? Thanks

7 years 28 weeks ago in  Sports - Harbin

 
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On a scale of 1 to 10, say with Sun Valley, Idaho being 10 (just to be arbitrary), then I would rate Yabuli as either 1.5 or 2.0.  If you are really an avid ski fan and cannot live without it in China, then that's your choice and about your only one.  Otherwise, I myself would take a pass on it.

 

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