Discover some of the amazing spots around Vivaldi Park Ski Resort and make the most out of a Winter in Korea!

best places to visit from vivaldi park ski resort

Are you planning a visit to Vivaldi Park Ski Resort this Winter for some action-packed skiing and snowboarding? Really, what better way to embrace the frosty season than gliding down the snowy slopes? However, that’s not the only way to enjoy Winter in Korea. There are, in fact, many beautiful sights to see and visit in Gapyeong around Vivaldi Park Ski Park!

Let’s find out what the vicinity of Vivaldi Park Ski Resort has to offer!

1. Nami Island (Namiseom)

best places to visit from vivaldi park ski resort

Nami Island is one of those places you can visit any time of the year as it boasts the most picturesque views, rain or shine. What’s more, it’s only an hour’s drive away from Vivaldi Park Ski Resort, making it the perfect destination for a day trip! Many head towards Nami Island for photo ops with the Winter Sonata (K-drama) sculptures, but there’s so much more to the island than meets the eye. So, make time for a getaway to Nami Island this Winter and be enchanted by the wonders of this island!

2. Petite France

Only 30 minutes away lies Petite France, a quaint French cultural village in the heart of Korea. Inspired by Saint-ExupĂ©ry’s Little Prince, this place is not just for the young at heart but also for adventurous souls in search of a new experience. Located along the mountainside, it also provides the most spectacular view of Cheongpyeong Lake. Especially during the Winter season, the village is decorated from top to bottom with an array of dazzling lights. So, don’t forget to add Petite France to your itineraries to experience a magical Winter Wonderland!

3. Strawberry Farms

best places to visit from vivaldi park ski resort

One “traditional” Korean food that you might not have heard of is strawberries. Sweeter and juicier in the Winter, each home is equipped with a box of these little red fruits. Now, you have the chance to taste them for yourselves. Swing by a strawberry farm for some strawberry picking and take a box of these juicy crimson treats home with you!

4. Garden of Morning Calm

Located nearby is another go-to destination; Garden of Morning Calm. Showcasing a variety of colorful flora throughout the year, a walk through this charming garden will surely be a pleasant experience for all. With the Winter season approaching very soon, you’re all in luck as starting in December, the annual Lighting Festival returns! Every nook and cranny of the garden is decorated in a kaleidoscope of colored lights that shine even brighter on Winter nights. A truly magnificent Lighting Festival is said to return this year too so don’t forget to pay Garden of Morning Calm a visit!

5. Seoraksan National Park

Korea is a country blessed with quite a few magnificent national parks, Seoraksan National Park being one of them. Home to the third-highest mountain, Mt. Seorak, it is best known for its crimson autumn foliage. Nonetheless, the Winter season offers equally, if not more, exquisite views of mountain ranges enveloped in white blankets of snow. Just the thought of hiking through the snow-capped mountains with its winter splendor seems exhilarating! Just a two-hour drive from Vivaldi Park Ski Resort, even if you’re not planning on climbing to the top of Mt Seorak, don’t miss out on the chance to catch the amazing view there!

6. Gapyeong

If you feel like visiting just one of these amazing destinations isn’t enough, explore two to three places of your choice around Gapyeong freely with Trazy! Choose from Nami Island, Petite France, Strawberry Picking, Garden of Morning Calm, and another popular destination, Gangchon Rail Park. What’s more, you can start your Gapyeong journey at your convenience from the very doorsteps of the resort you’re staying at. Gapyeong has so much to offer, just looking out through the car windows at the magnificent view of nature is a treat for the eyes!

7. Alpaca World

Alpaca World is an animal farm with alpacas from South America, ponies, rabbits, and even birds. It’s a great place to interact with adorable alpacas and farm animals for a cozy winter experience.

8. Hwacheon Ice Fishing

Hwacheon Sancheoneo Ice Festival is Koreans’ favorite winter festival. Enjoy ice fishing at the biggest ice fishing festival in Korea! You’ll have endless fun from ice fishing, bare-hand fishing, ice sled, ice sculptures, and many more.

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Cheongpyeong Snowflake Ice Festival Official Site

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