With this guide, you can visit Eden Valley Ski Resort, the only ski resort near Busan to quench your thirst for ski experience!

Eden Valley Ski Resort is the best ski resort you can get to from Busan and the southeastern part of Korea. Because the weather in this region is warmer with a bit of snow, you’d more often see rain than snow even in winter. However, in about an hour by car from Busan, you can easily get to Eden Valley Ski Resort that offers a place full of snow for skiing and snowboarding.

This one and only ski resort in the province of Gyeongsangnamdo (South Gyeongsang Province) is often praised for its family-friendly facilities and activities that even kids and non-skiers can enjoy as well. If you want to know more about what Eden Valley Ski Resort has to offer for your winter holiday in Busan, Korea, check out this Eden Valley Ski Resort Guide!

Check out the hassle-free ski packages for Eden Valley Ski Resort ▼
1 Day Ski/Snowboard/Snow Sled Tour from Busan
1 Day Ski/Snowboard/Snow Sled Tour from Daegu
2D1N Ski/Snowboard Tour from Busan

 

Eden Valley Ski Resort at a glance



LocationYangsan, South Gyeongsang Province
Travel time from Busan1 hour
Number of slopes7
Number of ski lifts3

If you’d like to know the opening date of Eden Valley Ski resort for 2019/20, Click here!

 

About the Slopes in Eden Valley Ski Resort



Eden Valley Ski Resort has slopes for skiers and snowboarders of all levels but more inclines are designed for beginners and intermediates: 2 beginner, 3 intermediate, and 2 advanced slopes. 

| For beginners: If you’re a first-timer or a beginner, try the Basic and Main slopes with gentle inclinations

| For intermediates: After having some skills polished at the beginner slopes, push yourself into the Jupiter, Saturn, and Uranus slopes. The intermediate slopes are longer and steeper enough to give you some more thrills!

| For experts: The Mercury and Venus are the steepest slopes of the ski resorts that are geared for advanced skiers and snowboarders.

Eden Valley Ski Resort offers facilities and tours for non-skiers, too. Kids who are too young to ski can enjoy tube sledding and sleigh rides. Also, if you just want to play with snow without skiing, take a look at the free time option.

 

How to go to Eden Valley Ski Resort from Busan



By Public Bus

Take Bus No. 1000 near Yangsan station (Busan Subway Line 2) → Get off at Eden Valley Ski Resort Bus Stop

By Shuttle Bus

If you’re staying in downtown Busan such as near Busan Station or Seomyeon Station, taking Eden Valley Ski Resort Shuttle Bus comes in handy.
• Eden Valley Ski Resort Shuttle Bus from/to Busan

If you are looking to get to Eden Valley Ski Resort in a more comfortable and convenient method, a private van is an answer for you!
• Eden Valley Ski Resort Private Van Transfer from/to Busan

 

Overnight stay at Eden Valley Ski Resort



Thinking of an overnight ski trip to Eden Valley Ski Resort? White Palace Condominium inside Eden Valley Resort should be your choice of stay! White Palace Condominium offers rooms for 4~6 people with excellent facilities, which is perfect for family unit visitors.

Reserve your Eden Valley room at a discount▼
Eden Valley Ski Resort Room Reservation

Speaking of the view from your room, the landscape of quiet ski slopes blanketed by snow over your window is more romantic at night. Dazzling sunlight reflected by the white slopes will wake you up in the morning. Open the window and refresh yourself with clear and chilly mountain breezes. This, you can only experience with an overnight stay at the resort.

Already arranged a transfer service and a room, but yet to book a lift pass and gear rental? We got you covered, too.
Lift Pass + Equipment/Clothes Rental Package

Is it your first time skiing? No need to worry about it! Take private lessons alone or with your group of friends provided by certified instructors.
Private Ski/Snowboard Lesson Only

A popular attraction to visit near Eden Valley Ski Resort



Gamcheon Culture Village in Busan

Thanks to its easy access from Busan, you can do some sightseeing as well as visit Eden Valley Ski Resort in one day. In the morning, first look around Gamcheon Culture Village, known as Santorini of Asia. It will make the beginning of your day enchanting with picturesque scenery of artsy cafes and shops in the backdrop of the ocean. With lots of pretty murals, cute statues, and artistic decorations of the village, you’ll feel like walking somewhere in the ‘Wizard of Oz’ world. 

Eden Valley Luge + Ahopsan Forest + Jukseong Dream Church + Haedong Yonggungsa Temple

Apart from watching the beautiful landscape, there are also fun and exciting activities for you to check out! Race on the longest luge track in the world, take a walk through the towering bamboo trees, check out a spot for the K-drama, “Dream” and visit the world-famous Haedong Yonggungsa Temple all in one day!

To find more about the combined tour, see below.
Gamcheon Culture Village & Eden Valley Ski Resort 1 Day Tour
Eden Valley Luge + Ahopsan Forest + Jukseong Dream Church + Haedong Yonggungsa Temple 1 Day Tour from Busan

 


Are you looking for the perfect ski trip tailored just for you? 

Here you can search and select all options depending on your needs.

Click here to customize your preferences so you can go on a skiing trip that matches your exact needs!


Are you looking for somewhere close to Busan to have fun with snow? Book a trip to Eden Valley Ski Resort via Trazy.com, Korea’s #1 Travel Shop!

Photo Credits
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4 thoughts on “Eden Valley Ski Resort Guide: Best Busan Ski Resort

  1. Hi there, my family of 2 Adults and 1 child (11yrs old). We will be in Busan from 12 to 14 Dec 2018. Before heading back to Seoul, we would like to experience skying close to Busan. Please advice 2D 1N stay either at white palace condominium or Eden Valley resort. Our route as follows: Busan to ski resort 14 to 15 Dec. How can we travel back to Seoul on 15 Dec?

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