Used as the venue for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Ski Jump Event, Alpensia Ski Resort is one of the best resorts for a winter trip in Korea!

Alpensia Ski Resort

Alpensia is way more than just a ski resort! It offers luxury and family-friendly facilities. What’s better, there’s a sports park and indoor waterpark for sport-lovers. Also, the great location near the venue of the Pyeongchang Trout Festival and Seoraksan National Park makes the resort a great destination to go on an overnight tour!

  • Please check the updated details of each ski package on the booking page. 

Alpensia Resort at a Glance

LocationPyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do
Travel time from Seoul3 hours
Number of slopes6
(1 beginner, 1 intermediate & 4 advanced levels)
Number of ski lifts3

About the Slopes

Alpensia Ski Resort

Skiers can enjoy 6 slopes in the ski resort based on their ski skills.

  • Beginning Level Skiers: Beginners can practice safely at the Alpha slope which is wide and gentle.
  • Intermediate Level Skiers: Bravo slope is suitable for intermediate skiers to improve their skills.
  • Advanced Level Skiers: If you have advanced skinning skills, hit the Eco slope, Delta slope, and Charlie slope. And if you are an expert skier, go for the Foxtrot slope with steep inclines.

Alpensia Ski Resort

Apart from ski slopes, guests can also enjoy the sledding slope beside lift 1.

About the Lessons

If you are a first-timer of skiing, a private ski & snowboard lesson is recommended! You will be able to ski down the slope and enjoy the fun of one of the best winter activities after the class. Here are various options that will cater to your needs!

If you are with your friends or family and prefer a private lesson:

Spend a Night in Alpensia

Alpensia is a world-class resort offering comfy stays and luxury facilities for customers. Staying here is highly recommended. Guests can have choices of Intercontinental Hotel, Holiday Inn Resort Hotel, and Holiday Inn & Suite to choose from. Besides the ski park, there’s an indoor waterpark, a sports park, a cinema, and more to experience! The panoramic view of Daegwallyeong is a plus to the resort as well.

If you are planning to stay overnight here to enjoy the winter holiday, check out the offers below:

How to Get to the Resort

By Shuttle Bus: You can take a shuttle bus from some major locations in Seoul and airports to the resort. The resort offers a shuttle bus service for guests as well.

By KTX: Get off at KTX Jinbu Station, then take a taxi to the resort located 13km away. The resort offers a shuttle bus service from/to KTX Jinbu Station as well, please check the official site for the details.

By Private Transfer: For those who prefer a hassle-free private transfer, check the link below.

1 Day Tour: If you want to take a 1-day trip to Alpensia Ski Resort from Seoul, this perfect winter tour is waiting for you.

Things to Do Near the Resort

1) Pyeongchang Trout Ice Fishing Festival

Alpensia is located near the venue of the annual Pyeongchang Trout Ice Fishing Festival, which is one of the must-do winter activities when visiting Korea. Have fun at the festival and feel the excitement of ice fishing! We recommend an overnight tour to experience both the Pyeongchang Trout Ice Fishing Festival and the ski resort.

2) Seoraksan National Park

Seoraksan National Park is one of the must-visit attractions in Korea offering unique views in different seasons. Go on a winter hike to admire the snow-capped mountains. Enjoy the winter getaway and relieve the stress in daily life.

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Photo Credits:
Alpensia Resort Official Site
Alpensia Resort Facebook Page

2 thoughts on “Alpensia Ski Resort Guide: World-Class Ski Resort

  1. Hi, I am heading to Sth Korea, this January 2024 with my family 2 adults and 2 kids aged 9 and 11. The kids have never seen snow and the adults have not skied in 11 years.. I was looking at spending 5 night in Alpensia and spending some days at Yongpyong or doing non-skiing activities with the kids? Is it easy to go between the resorts, and have English speaking ski lessons. Do you do 5N packages with flexible ski days?

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