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Alpensia Ski Resort / Alpensia Resort Korea

Alpensia SKi Resort   www.alpensiaresort.co.kr
225-3, Yongsan-ri, Daegwallyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do, Korea

Standing on a lot measuring around 1,480,000 pyeong (4,892,562m²), the complex boasts a variety of super deluxe luxury accommodations and topnotch leisure facilities such as a 45-hole golf course, convention center, water park and ski slopes. The resort successfully hosted the IBU Biathlon World Cup Pyeongchang in 2008 and boasts excellent ski jump and biathlon facilities, a monorail, cross-country ski slopes, and a large stadium.  Alpensia Resort located at Daegwallyeong in Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do is a tourism & leisure complex open year round, allowing visitors to enjoy the area’s pristine natural beauty throughout each of the four seasons. The name ‘Alpensia’ is a combination of the words ‘Alpen,’ (German term for ‘the Alps’), ‘Asia,’ and ‘Fantasia’—together they reflect the resort’s scenic view of the ‘fantastic Alps of Asia.’  
After a hard day out on the slopes or golf links, visitors can head to the sky lounge, ecology learning center, or Retail Village shopping mall. The resort is also adjacent to many other tourist attractions such as Odaesan Mt., Samyang Sheep Ranch, Korea Botanic Garden, Lee Hyo-Seok Literature Museum, and Herb Nara.

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alpensia ski resort

Available Facilities
Sports & Leisure
Troon Golf & Country Club, Alpensia 700 Golf Club
Ocean 700
Ski & Snowboard, Alpine Coaster
Ski Jump Tower, Monorail, Main Stadium, Cross-country, Biathlon

Operating Hours
Daytime 08:30~16:30 / DaytimeⅡ 10:00~16:30
Morning 08:30~12:30 / Afternoon 12:30~16:30
Evening 18:30~22:00 / Night 21:00~00:30
Twilight 23:00~02:30 / Daytime+Evening 08:30~22:00
Afternoon+Evening 12:30~22:00
Evening+Night 18:30~00:30
Night+Twilight 21:30~02:30



Hotels in Alpensia Resort


  Holiday Inn Resort Alpensia Pyeongchang



Take an intercity bus to Hoenggye (횡계) Intercity Bus Terminal.
From Hoenggye Bus Terminal, take a taxi to Alpensia Resort (20min).

Shuttle Bus Services   Regular Seasons (Seoul-Alpensia)
1. Sadang Station (Seoul Subway Line 4), Exit 1.
       Go 50m forward to a public parking lot.
       Board the Alpensia shuttle bus at the bus stop in front of the parking lot.
       (Departure time: 08:00)

2. Apgujeong Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 6.
       Board the Alpensia shuttle bus at the parking lot next to Hyundai Department Store.
       (Departure time: 08:30)

   3. Jamsil Station (Seoul Subway Line 2), Exit 4.
       Board the Alpensia shuttle bus in front of Lotte Mart.
       (Departure time: 09:00)

  Peak Seasons (Seoul-Alpensia)
      Summer: July 16-August 15
      Additional shuttle bus service
      Sports Complex Station (Seoul Subway Line 2), Exit 1.
      (Departure time: Fridays 19:00, Saturdays 13:00)

  Shuttle Bus Fares
    Round trip: Adult 28,000 won / Children 22,000 won
    One-way: Adult 15,000 won / Children 12,000 won
    * Advanced reservations highly recommended



Alpensia Ski Resort / Alpensia Resort

Alpensia Resort is tucked away in the mountains at about 700m above sea level, an altitude that is considered to be ideal for the human body and the body’s biorhythms. Of course, the resort is not known primarily for its “healthy altitude,” but rather its excellent snow quality and sweeping view of the majestic Daegwallyeong Range. In addition to its 6 different slopes (including one reserved exclusively for snowboarders) the resort employs a high-speed lift system that can transport 2,400-3,000 skiers an hour, drastically cutting back on wait time.

As the main venue of the 2018 Pyeonchang Winter Olympics, Alpensia Resort has recently been the subject of much buzz across the nation and in the international sports community.  Though the resort is currently equipped with competition venues for ski jumping, cross-country skiing, and biathlon events, construction is still underway for luge, bobsled, and skeleton facilities to be used during the Olympics. Even before Pyeongchang won the 2018 Olympic bid, the resort received attention overseas as the filming location of ‘Take Off’ (2009), a movie about Korea’s first national ski jump team.



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