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Overview

Korea’s Best! Yongpyong Resort has 28 slopes and 14 cable lifts.

  • Image of Slope Base

    Image of Slope Base

  • Image of Yongpyong Resort

    Image of Yongpyong Resort

  • Image of Mt. Balwangsan

    Image of Mt. Balwangsan

  • Image of Lift platform

    Image of Lift platform

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    Image of Slope Base

232-950, 715, Olympic-ro, Daegwanryeong-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do, Korea

Total area
17,160,000 ㎡ (approximately 5.2 million-pyeong)
Total site area
3,436,877㎡
Total base area
1,046,388 ㎡
Total slope area
1,103,449 ㎡
Total slope length
13.6 km
Total lift length
29.1km
No. of slopes
28 slopes
No. of cable lifts
14 cable lifts (including a gondola)
Max. daily capacity
20,000 people
Dragon Park
1
Conveyor belt
2

Information of 28 Slopes

Information of 28 Slopes
Difficulty Slope Distance (m) Difference in elevation (m) Angle of slope ( ° )
Maximum Minimum Average
Beginner Slider 350 35 17 7 10
Yellow 508 61 17 7 12
New Yellow 350 40 17 7 11
Sledding Slope 180 26 0 0 13
Beginner-Intermediate Mega Green 700 108 26 12 15
Pink 652 91 23 9 14
Intermediate Red Paradise 676 150 37 13 22
Gold Paradise 1,536 222 21 8 14
Silver Paradise 1,460 269 29 11 18
Rainbow Paradise 5,600 702 26 7 13
Red-Gold Bridge 240 33 22 10 14
Intermediate-Advanced Gold Fantastic 1,838 333 33 5 18
Advanced New Red 252 90 42 25 36
Blue 550 160 36 11 29
Gold Valley 1,655 333 43 7 20
Rainbow 4 635 180 46 15 28
Super-Advanced Red 926 194 50 9 21
Silver 894 263 49 7 29
New Gold 584 180 47 18 31
Rainbow 1 1,630 500 57 15 31
Rainbow 2 1,280 500 56 15 39
Rainbow 3 1,520 500 49 15 33
Extreme Terrain Park 400 108 26 12 15

Information of 15 Cable Lifts and One Gondola

Information of 15 Cable Lifts and One Gondola
Lift Type Distance (m) Capacity (/h) Scope
1 Gold Six-seat (high speed) 1,690m 3,200 people Intermediate-Advanced
2 New Gold Four-seat 720m 1800 people Advanced
3 Bidge Two-seat 370m 900 people Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced
4 Slider Beginner
5 Red Four-seat (high-speed) 910m 2,400 people Advanced
6 New Red Three-seat 550m 1,350 people Intermediate-Advanced
7 Blue Two-seat 600m 900 people Advanced
8 Pink Three-seat 630m 1,350 people Beginner-Intermediate
9 Yellow Four-seat 500m 1,800 people Beginner
10 New Yellow Four-seat 350m 1,800 people Beginner
11 Silver Four-seat 700m 1,800 people Advanced
12 Mega Green Six-seat (high-speed) 570m 3,200 people Beginner-Intermediate
13 Green Four-seat (high-speed) 600m 1,800 people Beginner-Intermediate
14 Rainbow Four-seat (high-speed) 1,420m 2,400 people Advanced
15 Gondola Eight-seat (high-speed) 3,710m 1,800 people Intermediate-Advanced

2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games Yongpyong Alpine Technical Venue

Yongpyong Alpine competition venue, which is located in the Yongpyong Resort, was completed in 1998. It has hosted four FIS Alpine World Cups
Games and the 2006 IPC Paralympic WorldCup.

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2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games Yongpyong Alpine Technical Venue
Venue specifications Alpine Giant Slalom Course (Rainbow Ⅰ): Length 1,191m, Altitude
Difference 410m, Average Slope 34.4%
Alpine Slalom Course (Rainbow Ⅱ): Length 583m, Altitude
Difference 210m, Average Slope 36.0%
Capacity 12,000 (Seated 6,000 / Standing 6,000)
Constructed 1998
Events (4) Giant Slalom (Men/Women), Slalom (Men/Women)
Major Competitions FIS Alpine Ski World Cup (1998, 2000, 2003, 2006)
IPC Alpine Ski World Cup for the Disabled (2006)
FIS Alpine Ski Continental Cup (Annual), Winter Asian Games (1999)
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