Wanda BMW Snow Park offers winter fun for skiing enthusiasts
Updated : 2018-10-09
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
Wanda BMW Snow Park is scheduled to hold a skiing-themed event from Oct 13 to 21, extending the skiing season into early autumn to cope with the demands of skiing enthusiasts.
Activities during the event include professional skiing competitions, skiing courses for children, as well as cultural activities integrating elements of automobile culture, music and skiing.
Located in the Songbei district, Harbin Wanda BMW Snow Park is an indoor ski resort and is open all year round. Covering an area of 65,000 square meters, it has six professional ski tracks with different slopes. The longest ski track is about 500 meters long with a maximum drop of 80 meters.
Besides being a park, it also serves as the training base of the professional skiing teams of Heilongjiang and Liaoning provinces. It is also recognized as the China branch of the Swiss Ski School.
Wanda BMW Snow Park is going to hold a skiing-themed event from Oct 13 to 21. [ Photo provided to China Daily]
Skiing enthusiasts pose for a group photo in Wanda BMW Snow Park. [ Photo provided to China Daily]
Skiing enthusiasts seek winter fun at the Wanda BMW Snow Park. [ Photo provided to China Daily]
A coach teaches children how to ski in Wanda BMW Snow Park. [ Photo provided to China Daily]
Interior view of Wanda BMW Snow Park. [ Photo provided to China Daily]
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