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I have skied in many places, ranging from Europe, to Canada, US, Hokkaido. Yabuli is by far the worst.
The slopes are exposed to the howling wind so whatever snow that falls is promptly blown off the mountains. You are left with bare ice to...More
If you flew ten hours and took a train for 3 hours to get here just to ski then you are an idiot. There are plenty of truly amazing ski areas in Japan and Korea that you can get to from Asia if you have...More
I would like to thank the General manager of the resort for great Hospitality. We did not have any issue with Language as the hotel staffs were equipped with the mobile app with translation.We also got Veg food at the hotel. view from room overlooking...More
This resort can be skipped from your itinerary unless you have intentions to pay a high price for it. It's much more expensive than South Korea and there really isn't any other attraction or whatsoever in this ski resort.
Skied 5 days late Jan 2017 just before peak CNY season. Reminded me of East Coast U.S. firm/man made skiing and cold wet winter temps. Bring your cruisers. Gondolas are fast up, keep you out of the elements, slopes are only crowded in beginner areas....More
To a southern born and grow up boy, Haebin is far too cold for me. 30deg below freezing point. This is a wonderful temperature for snowing and skiing. The coaches and facilities are well organised. Actually players at every level shall satisfied with the ski-ways....More
Caught the train in ($64 RMB return) and then took a bus down from the train station ($10 RMB return).
We hired equipment here and spent two hours on the snow ($470 RMB). If you bring your own equipment I believe you will only get...More
I have skiied and snowboarded at a lot of different places around the world. I suppose if you really wanted to ski China this would be one way to do it but the terrain is mediocre. The lifts are slow and the facilities leave a...More
It will never be an international Ski Resort. The hotel Staff cannot speak any word English and don't care about international guests. The "Resorts" don't accept international credit cards like Visa or MasterCard.
The hotels don't accept and care about booking.com confirmations. The Snow Spring...More