Where to Ski in Beijing

We sometimes receive questions from some clients that where to ski in winter in Beijing. As the capital city of China, Beijing is located in North China. It is cold enough to have snow to ski in winter. But where to ski in Beijing is question for someone who loves skiing. We are going to collect some ski resort information in this article.


Shijinglong Ski Resort (石京龙滑雪场)

Shijinglong Ski Resort is located 80 km from Beijing downtown. It is the first well-equipped ski resort at the suburbs of Beijing with large scale. It covers an area of around 100 acres with professionally-designed ski tracks and fine skiing equipment hall. It can serve for 5000 guests at the same time. There are 7 ski tracks for beginner, intermediate and senior skiers with char-lift. It has 5000 suites of skiing equipment, including ssnowboard, skis, sledding, ect to meet different guest’s needs.
Shijinglong Ski Resort


Jundushan Ski Resort (军都山滑雪场)

Jundushan Ski Resort is located at Mt. Jundushan, around 30 km from Beijing downtown, neighboring Xiao Tang Shang Hot Spring Resort. It covers an area of 150,000 sqm with the most difficult senior ski track. Besides, guests could find Chinese restaurant, western restaurant, cafe, foot massage. Supermarket, ect to make the skiers good services. You just need to drive for about 40 minutes to get to the ski resort.
Jundushan Ski Resort


Nanshan Ski Resort (南山滑雪场)

Nanshan Ski Resort is located in the northeast suburbs of the capital city Beijing, in Miyun County. It is the only medium-sized ski resort om the suburbs of Beijing where you can reach 30 minutes.

The ski resort covers an area of about 670 acres. It is the only winter resort in Beijing and North China with a set of ski, slide, ice climbing and other recreational sports. As the largest ski resport in Beijing-Tianjin Bohai Region with the most advanced facilities and the widest range of ski slopes, it has already had 21 trails for ski slope, teaching and recreation to high, middle and junior skiers. It also has the largest snowboard Park in China --NANSHAN MELLOW PARK, and firstly opened up the middle and senior Mogul Slope and Wave Channel in the country. Nanshan also has China's first "wild snow Park" which becomes a non-mainstream forest wild snow skiers were training venue in Beijing

This beautiful resort feature skiing in the winter, spring outing, swimming in summer and autumn harvest.

.Nanshan Ski Resort


Badaling Ski Resort (八达岭滑雪场)

Beijing Badaling Ski Resort is located 2 km on the west of Badaling Great Wall, covering a total area of 3,000,000 square meters. It has a European-style comprehensive service clubs with construction area of 8,000 square meters, including multi-function hall, small meeting room and a large conference hall accommodating 200 guests; The versatile ski Hall of 4000 square meter provide you with a full range of ski equipment;

There are two 800-meter primary tracks , 600-meter high level intermediate ski runs, a 800-meter long drop of 160 meters. To offer better service, two high-level trail seat lifts are set above the senior track, with one-way conveyance of more than 600 people per hour.

The beginning, intermediate trail were installed a belt conveyor (snow blanket), which will greatly facilitate junior skiers. Beijing Badaling Ski Resort have already established a 3,000 square meters of ski teaching area to meet the requirements of a ski school. Badaling Ski Resort offers personal guidance and foreign professional ski instructor for skiers of different levels.
Badaling Ski Resort


Huaibei International Ski Resort(怀北国际滑雪场)

Beijing Huaibei International Ski Resort is one of Beijing's oldest ski resorts. Ski resort covers an area of ​​9.6 square kilometers and the snow spreads an area of ​​100,000 square meters which can accommodate about 5,000 people skiing at the same time. Huaibei International Ski Resort is located at the northeast of Beijing city, 56 km away from Sanyuan Bridge.

The total length of the ski slopes in Huaibei Internatinal Ski Resort is 5,100 five thousandmeters, drop of about 238 meters. The slopes consist of a senior ski run, three intermediate trails and four primary rails, a ski park and a snow playing park. It is the largest international ski resort in Beijing with the longest ski area.

Beijing Huaibei International Ski Resort is located in the Jiugukou Natural Park, which is known as the back garde of Beijing, surrounded by the Great Wall from three sides. Guests could overloon the Ming Dynasty Great Wall on the mountain from the ski resort, streching to the famous Mutianyu Great Wall. It is also regarded as the ski resort with the best landscape in Beijing.
Huaibei International Ski Resort