Known as "The Alps of Asia," Alpensia at Daegwallyeong is renowned for its breathtaking scenery. The resort has top-notch winter sports infrastructure, as it served as one of the primary venues for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. While the slopes offer an exciting ride with the greatest quality snow, additional leisure activities are also available as the facility is equipped with a ski jumping tower, monorails, and other amenities. The ski area features three cable lifts and six slopes with varying elevations. The International Ski Federation has certified the Foxtrot slope, as well as the Eco slope as advanced-level courses.

Slope Level
Newbie Slope
  • Lesson Area
Rookie Slope
  • Alpha
Beginner Slope
  • Bravo
Intermediate Slope
  • Charlie
Skilled Slope
  • Delta
Experienced Slope
  • Echo
Advanced Slope 
  • Foxtrot

SlopeLength (m)Vertical Drop (m) Avg./Max AngleDifficulty Level 
Lesson Area83



Charlie 323




Alpensia is not only a ski resort, but also a year-round recreational complex. The complex has a 45-hole golf course, a convention center, a water park, and European-style lodging.

How to get there:

🚌 Public Transportation (4 hours)

Incheon Int'l Airport Terminal 2 (B1 floor Gate 32) / Terminal 1 (1F, platform 7A) DongSeoul Bus Terminal   Hoenggye Intercity Bus Terminal   Alpensia Resort

🚄 Public Transportation - KTX (2 hours)

Incheon Int'l Airport (Airport Railroad)   Seoul Station   Jinbu Station   Alpensia Resort

🚐Shuttle Bus (3 hours)

Incheon Int'l Airport Terminal 2 (Platform 10) / Terminal 1 (Platform 13A)   Gimpo Int'l Airport (Gate 2, Platform 11-1)   Alpensia Resort


325 Solbong-ro, Daegwallyeong myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do


For winter packages in Alpensia:

Ski Lessons