Dec 31, 2016
Phoenix Park Ski Resort
Perched 700m up on Taegisan Mountain (1,261m), Phoenix Park
is not only known for its 21 slopes but has also gained attention nationwide for its "Extreme Park," a snowboarding park complete with a half-pipe, tabletop, round quarter and rails. With excellent quality of snow, courses are available for all levels of skiers.
Phoenix Park has beautiful natural scenery, perfect powder, and exceptional facilities like the mountaintop restaurant, which contributes to a stellar skiing and snowboarding experience. Relax after a long day of skiing or snowboarding at the spa facilities available in Phoenix Park Blue Canyon, also located inside the resort.
Phoenix Park has continued to enhance their facilities since 2011, by introducing competition runs for snowboarding and mogul skiing that will be used for the freestyle ski and snowboarding competitions of the upcoming Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
☞ Address: 174, Taegi-ro, Bongpyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do
• Public Transportation: Seoul Nambu Terminal → Jangpyeong Terminal → Take a taxi for approx. 15 min. to Phoenix Park Ski Resort
※ A shuttle bus to Phoenix Park is also available in front of Jangpyeong Makguksu located across from Jangpyeong Terminal.
• Ski Bus Reservation (separate fee applicable): Reservation in advance is mandatory for Ski Bus service. Call or refer to the official website for details.
- Departure from Shinchon, Yeouido: Dongyoung Tour +82-2-2604-6006 (Korean, English)
- Departure from Gangnam, Dongdaemun, Gwangjin, Cheonho, Jamsil: Gyeonggidaewon Express +82-2-2201-7118 (Korean, English) or Tour to Korea website www.tourtokorea.com (English only)
☞ Ski season: November 4, 2016 – TBA, 2017
☞ Website: www.phoenixpark.co.kr (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
※ Slope information is available in the available official website's Ski World section.
☞ Inquiries: +82-33-330-3000 (Korean, English)
☞ Nearby Attractions: Herbnara Farm, Lee Hyo-seok Culture Village
Source:Korea Tourism Organization