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 an not on the standard tour agenda. We can help you put it on yours! Living in China and just want the facts about where to go skiing? We can help with the latest information on China Ski Resorts.
The 2012-2013 ski season in China is coming to a close for the major resorts, most with end of the season specials. Recent snowfalls in the ChongLi, Jilin and Changbaishan resorts are helping keep more trails open longer. This has been another banner year for China skiing as the industry continued to grow with new trails and lifts in the major resorts and even two new major resorts going into full operation after limited openings last winter. In particular, ChongLi expanded its debut as a real ski town with the continuation of the transformation of this sleepy town into a real center for the winter vacationer and Beijing weekend skier. This site will keep track of and report how the 2012-2013 season comes to a close at the larger resortsin China.
See our Offerings for 2012-2013. While our Beijing Area Ski Trips to Wanlong are over for this season they are noted for reference. With the expanded terrain at Wanlong and the full opening of the new Secret Garden resort, we will headed to ChongLi, the largest concentration of ski terrain in China, with tours departing Friday night and returning Sunday night. Watch here for announcements of next season's trips.
If you plan to visit China during the non-winter months, you might want to consider adding a visit to one of China's premier mountain regions. While you will not find summer skiing, you will get a look at some beautiful mountain scenery in the uniquely Chinese style.
Next winter you might also consider that Winter tours of China can see not only the most recognized cultural locations but also can include seasonal sights such as the Ice Palaces of Harbin. Away from the tourist crowds of the summer, you can experience a China that is generally seen only by Chinese.
We can coordinate a fully escorted, all inclusivetourthrough our travel partners or help you add skiing and winter sights to your own tour. For those skiers and boarders residing in China, we post local ski trips run by our travel partners. Even if you just want the facts on a Chinese Ski Resort you are considering, we are glad to tell you what we have discovered in our ski travels and make suggestions to improve your chances of getting the most out of your trip.