Skiing is a must-do winter activity in Korea! There are a lot of ski resorts for skiers to go on a ski tour. However, what if you plan to visit Korea in early spring but wonder if there are any ski resorts still open? The answer is YES. We’ve compiled the Korean ski resorts you can enjoy in March!

*Please be aware that ski resorts may close earlier than anticipated depending on weather conditions.

  1. Yongpyong Ski Resort
  2. Phoenix Park Ski Resort
  3. Elysian Gangchon Ski Resort
  4. High1 Ski Resort
  5. Alpensia Ski Resort

1. Yongpyong Ski Resort

Yongpyong Ski Resort is Korea’s iconic ski resort with a cable car at Balgwangsan Mountain and was also the venue for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. It’s a perfect ski resort to stay in overnight and enjoy ski fun to the fullest! You’ll get to stay at Tower Condominium, which has easy access to the slopes, and relaxing Ondol room bedding where you sleep on the heated floor with traditional foldable mattresses. You can easily book a 1-night stay at Yongpyong Ski Resort, lift pass, and equipment rental via Trazy!

Yongpyong Ski Resort at a Glance:

  • Location: Pyeongchang, Gangwon Province
  • Travel Time from Seoul: 3 hours 30 minutes
  • Number of Slopes: 28
  • Number of Lifts: 13 ski lifts & 1 gondola

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2. Phoenix Park Ski Resort

Phoenix Park Ski Resort is a world-famous resort and was used as one of the venues of the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics and Paralympics. It offers high-quality snow and 21 slopes in total. For freestyle skiers and snowboarders, don’t miss out on six official slopes the Olympic-standard half-pipe at the extreme park! Also, it is highly recommended to enjoy the comfy stay and the facilities here!

Phoenix Park Ski Resort at a Glance:

  • Location: Pyeongchang, Gangwon Province
  • Travel Time from Seoul: 3~3.5 hours
  • Number of Slopes: 21
  • Number of Lifts: 8 lifts & 6 sun-kid lifts & 1 gondola

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3. Elysian Gangchon Ski Resort

Elysian Gangchon Ski Resort is a beginner-friendly ski resort, having 8 slopes for entry-level and intermediate skiers among 10 slopes. It’s only about 1.5 hours away from Seoul and it has a relatively short waiting time for the lifts since it has 6 lifts for 10 slopes. If you don’t want to ski, you can still have fun by snow sledding or enjoying the beautiful winter scenery at the ski resort!

Elysian Gangchon Ski Resort at a Glance:

  • Location: Chuncheon, Gangwon Province
  • Travel Time from Seoul: 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Number of Slopes: 10
  • Number of Lifts: 6

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4. High1 Ski Resort

High1 Ski Resort is a premium ski resort in Korea that has high-quality slopes with natural and fluffy snow and modern ski facilities. It has all types of slopes for beginner, intermediate, and advanced skiers all from the Mountain Top (altitude: 1,345m). High1 Condominium is a great accommodation to stay overnight with spacious rooms equipped with a TV, full kitchen, and basic amenities.

High1 Ski Resort at a Glance:

  • Location: Jeongseon, Gangwon Province
  • Travel Time from Seoul: 3 hours 30 minutes~4 hours
  • Number of Slopes: 20
  • Number of Lifts: 6 ski lifts & 7 gondola

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5. Alpensia Ski Resort

Alpensia Ski Resort was a venue for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Ski Jump event and it offers luxurious family-friendly facilities. What’s more, there are sports parks and an indoor waterpark for sport-lovers. Also, it’s located near many great winter destinations, such as Seoraksan National Park and the Pyeongchang Trout Festival venue. Definitely worth visiting for those who are looking for a world-class ski resort in Korea!

Alpensia Ski Resort at a Glance:

  • Location: Pyeongchang, Gangwon Province
  • Travel Time from Seoul: 3 hours
  • Number of Slopes: 6
  • Number of Lifts: 3

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More Things You Shouldn’t Miss Out On in Korea’s March

1) Check out Eobi Ice Valley tours available in March!

Eobi Ice Valley is a lesser-known winter attraction in Gapyeong and is popular for its magical frozen waterfall. If you are interested in ice-related activities in Korea, this destination offers a range of experiences for visitors to enjoy the beauty of winter and participate in exciting winter sports and activities.

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2) The Garden of Morning Calm Light Festival is only until March 19th!

The Garden of Morning Calm Light Festival, also known simply as the Lighting Festival, is an annual winter event held at the Garden of Morning Calm, located in Gapyeong, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. The festival is renowned for its mesmerizing displays of lights and artistic installations, which transform the garden into a magical wonderland during the winter season.

🌟Join our hassle-free tours to the Garden of Morning Calm Light Festival!

3) Book Korea Spring Special Tours in March!

In South Korea, March marks the transition from winter to spring, and it’s a time when various spring festivals and events take place across the country to celebrate the arrival of warmer weather and blooming flowers. Here are some notable spring festivals in Korea that typically occur in March:

a. Gwangyang Maehwa (Plum Blossom) Festival

The Gwangyang Maehwa Festival, also known as the Gwangyang Plum Blossom Festival, is an annual event held in Gwangyang, a city located in Jeollanam-do province, South Korea. This festival celebrates the blooming of plum blossoms, known as maehwa in Korean, which blanket the city with their delicate pink and white flowers.

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b. Jinhae Gunhangje Cherry Blossom Festival

The Jinhae Cherry Blossom Festival, also known as the Jinhae Gunhangje Festival, is one of South Korea’s largest and most renowned cherry blossom festivals. It is held annually in Jinhae-gu, a district in Changwon City, South Korea. The festival celebrates the stunning blooming of cherry blossoms, attracting millions of visitors from around the world.

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c. Jeju Island

Spring in Jeju Island is a magical time when the island bursts into life with vibrant colors, pleasant weather, and various seasonal attractions. Spring marks the blooming of various flowers across Jeju Island, including cherry blossoms, canola flowers (yuchae), azaleas, camellias, and more. The island transforms into a picturesque landscape with colorful flowers blanketing the fields, mountainsides, and coastal areas.

🌸Join our hassle-free tours to Jeju Island this Spring!

Check out more spring special tours in Korea here!


Above are the ski resorts in Korea you can go to in March. Pick one you prefer and enjoy the fun of skiing! For more fun and trendy things to do in Korea, don’t forget to check out Trazy.com, Korea’s #1 Travel Shop.

[Photo Credits]
Phoenix Park Ski Resort Facebook Page
Yongpyong Ski Resort Official Site
Alpensia Ski Resort Official Site
Elysian Gangchon Ski Resort Official Site
High1 Ski Resort Official Site

17 thoughts on “Korea Ski Resorts You Can Enjoy in March 2024

  1. Hi, I’ve seen your article on Ski Resorts we can go to in Mar 2022. Do you have an updated list as I am planning a ski trip for Mar 2023 – however we can only arrive there on 18-19th Mar.

      1. Hi, have you got the weather forecast for winter 2022 as we are still hoping to do ski-ing activities in Korea during/around 18-25 Mar 2023. Would Phoenix Park and/or HighPark1 would still be opened? And appreciate your advice on their last operational date for the winter season, thanks.

        1. Hello, we will update the opening dates of the ski resorts as soon as the ski resorts announce their opening dates. However, we don’t know about the last operational dates yet.

    1. Hello, we don’t have any update for March yet. We will update the schedule as soon as we receive information. Thank you!

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