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Beijing Nanshan Ski Village

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Beijing, China
Reviewed 20 May 2016 via mobile

Good for beginners mostly and people that don't want to drive too far This is the closest ski slope to downtown it's about a 45 minute drive from the airport area I think they have shuttle buses from the city. I am an American and I am from the northeast but I never downhill skied there. I learned to ski...

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Hong Kong
Reviewed 27 February 2016 via mobile

There are many benefits in staying at Shirton Lodge. 1. It is only a 10 minute walk uphill from Nandshan Ski Village. Wear shoes with non-slippery soles as the path may be icy. 2. Rooms are CNY 680/night during CNY. It's a bit tricky to book as they can't be reached easily by e-mail. You need to call the hotel...

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Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 20 January 2016

There are two accommodation options at Nanshan, with a new hotel in the planning stages. The Norwegian Villa's look perfect for small groups and families staying a few nights for skiing and all the other fun stuff to do at Nanshan. I stayed at Shirton Inn, which is about 580 RMB for a double room per night (not per person)....

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2Thank Kathleen L
margate
Reviewed 11 December 2014

Nanshan is only an hour from Beijing, which is great for a short trip. The lifts and facilities are all new, and organized. Priced well with options to only hit the slopes for and hour or two if like me it is something you are doing before a flight back home, Not too much elevation, but nice terrain Parks and...

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2Thank azisling
Beijing, China
Reviewed 11 January 2014

We've been here two times now. The first time was on spring festival and it was great because hardly no people were here. The second time was on a normal Saturday and it was not so god anymore. We had lots waiting time: for the parking space, the tickets, the equipment and always for the lifts. The slopes itself are...

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3Thank Daniel K
Singapore, null, Singapore
Reviewed 23 December 2013

We have been to ski resorts in USA & Australia and this is a pretty decent resort. The ski attire & equipment for rent are very well maintained & clean. We spent 2 days on the slopes in mid Dec when it was just before the peak season (from Christmas). Not all of the slopes were open, but the machines...

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7Thank VivienAndy
Beijing, China
Reviewed 15 January 2013

NanShan. I learned to ski here 7 years ago. It is a nice little ski area, emphasis on little. We just went again a couple of days ago. We live in Northeastern Beijing so it is convenient. Normally, if we really want to ski we will drive 2 1/2 hours North west up to ChongLi in HeBei province as the...

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1Thank Bob C
New York City, New York
Reviewed 4 January 2012

As with most china ski resorts, the mountain is designed primarily for beginner and beginning intermediate skiiers. Other than the one advance run, all trails are fairly short and lift chairs rather slow. Skiers and snowboarders who are daring and advanced enough may may enjoy the small terrain park and practice jumps. There is also a short half pipe. Overall,...

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2Thank Beijing_Realist
Singapore, Singapore
Reviewed 23 December 2011

My group of 14 stayed at the 6-room Norwegian Villa with 4 bathrooms on 14 Dec 2011, paid RMB4880 and was expecting a nice warm fireplace to gather around at night after seeing it on their website. When we check-in in the afternoon around 2.30pm, the villa and surrounding looked impressive. After settled down, we went for lunch at the...

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Address: NANSHAN SKI RESORT, NANSHAN, Beijing 101500, China
Region: China > Beijing > Miyun Scenic Resort
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