2022 Winter Olympics to Start February 4th amid unprecedented precautions to maintain Zero Covid policy where the world can watch but not come!
The ski resorts in China have resumed their post lockdown operations within the China Bubble that has so far prevented the spread of the various Covid-19 variants. The major ski clusters in Jilin, Yabuli and Changbaishan are more or less business as usual while the ChongLi cluster prepares to welcome the snowboard and freestyle skiing athletes. Wanlong and Secret Garden will be in the Olympic spotlight as hosts of these events. It is sad however, that the general and China international travel restrictions will prevent these two of China’s best ski resorts from also introducing themselves to the greater world of snow sports enthusiasts (including us at ChinaSkiTours.com) that would normally show up for a Winter Olympics! We also want to let our readers know that since we have been away from China since pre-Covid, we will not be able to convey accurate current information on the industry on this site at this time. We will leave general information regarding the resorts up that may help readers to get a start on where to ski in China but want to stress that they check with the specific resorts for any updated information, including Covid requirements, that may affect their decision about where to go during the 2021-2022 season for these major Chinese resorts.
If you have ever wanted to both see the sights of China and take a unique Ski Trip, this is the site for you. Skiing in China is not on the standard tour agenda. Someday Covid will be behind us and then we can help you put it on yours! If you plan someday to visit China during the non-winter months, you might want to consider adding a visit to one of China's premiermountain regions. While you will not find summer skiing, you will get a look at some beautiful mountain scenery in the uniquely Chinese style. During the winter, in addition to the most recognizedcultural locations, you might also consider seasonal sights such as the Ice Palaces of Harbin. Away from the tourist crowds, you can experience a China that is generally seen only by Chinese.