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Harbin Jihua Ski Resort

Saturday, July 11th, 2015
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Jihua Ski Resort is an ideal place for you to let off some steam while you are on a Harbin tour. It is a large ski resort approx. 70km to the southeast of Harbin’s city center. It is located in Binxin National Forest Nature Reserve, surrounded by the mountains in its four sides.

Currently, there is no direct public bus system linking the ski resort with Harbin’s city center. You may take a taxi or share a private vehicle going to Jihua Ski Resort.

The resort features 15 different ski slopes, which cover a distance of 30 km in total. The longest advanced ski slope is 2300 meters long while the widest ski slope for the beginners is 100 meters wide. It is designed to cater for beginner, medium and advanced-level skiers.

The resort has a ski school, which provides over 100 professional ski coaches. The resort area gets heavy snowfall, with about 150 days of snow every year. It has a comprehensive building for dining and accommodation which has over 100 rooms and can feed 2000 people at the same time.

Skiing Fees
2 Hours Ski: RMB 180
3 Hours Ski: RMB 220
4 Hours Ski: RMB 240
One Day Ski: RMB 320

For Non-skiers
Sightseeing Cable Car: RMB 50
Snowmobile: RMB 100 / 10 minutes
Dogsleds: RMB 50 / circle
Horse Riding on snow: RMB 50 / circle

The parking lot in front of the main entrance to the comprehensive ski building. The parking lot is high above the ski slopes which are perched on the low basin below circled by the mountains in the four sides.

The parking lot is high above the ski slopes

The parking lot is high above the ski slopes

The reception center and price list inside the ski building.

The reception center and price list inside the ski building.

The reception center and price list inside the ski building.

The main hall in the comprehensive ski building.

The main hall in the comprehensive ski building.

The main hall in the comprehensive ski building.

The main ski building which faces the ski slopes.

The main ski building which faces the ski slopes.

The main ski building which faces the ski slopes.

The snowmobiles by the building.

The snowmobiles by the building.

The snowmobiles by the building.

Ski slopes for medium -level skiers.

Ski slopes for medium -level skiers.

Ski slopes for medium -level skiers.

Ski slopes for beginner, medium and advanced-level skiers

beginner, medium and advanced-level skiers

beginner, medium and advanced-level skiers

Go skiing!

Go skiing!

Go skiing!

06611Tip:  Hassle-free Harbin Guided Tours
If you don’t want to go the do-it-yourself route and prefer the hassle-free escorted tours,  here are some options for guided tours to Harbin:

Harbin China Snow Town 2 Day Tour from US$ 289p/p
Harbin Yabuli China Snow Town 4 Day Tour from US$ 579p/p

Harbin China Snow Town Private Transfer

Harbin 3 Day Winter Tour Package  from US$335 p/p
Harbin 4 Day Winter Tour package  from US$495 p/p
Harbin Yabuli 1 Day Round Trip   from US$85 p/p
Harbin Yabuli 2 Day Round Trip  from US$360 p/p

Beijing Harbin 3 Day Winter Round Trip by Bullet Train  from US$460 p/p
Beijing Harbin 3 Day Winter Round Trip by Flight  from US$740 p/p
Beijing Harbin 4 Day Winter Round Trip by Bullet Train  from US$630  p/p
Beijing Harbin 4 Day Winter Round Trip by Flight  from US$910  p/p

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Best Time to Visit Harbin Ice Festival
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Top Things to Do in Winter in Harbin
Harbin Ice and Snow Happy Valley
Harbin Ice and Snow World
Harbin Sun Island International Snow Sculpture Art Expo
Harbin Winter Swimming
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Harbin Jihua Ski Resort

Yabuli Ski Resort

China Snow Town
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Night View of China Snow Village