Yabuli discounts ski tickets for Heilongjiang residents
Updated : 2019-01-16
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
Yabuli Ski Resort has launched cut-price skiing passes for residents of Heilongjiang province.
Eligible customers will be able to ski for just 50 yuan ($7.4) thanks to the new offer, with no limit to the time they can spend on the slopes.
Yabuli Ski Resort, which is situated 25 kilometers southeast of Yabuli town in Shangzhi, a county-level city, is one of the largest ski resorts in China.
Founded in 1980, the resort is affiliated with Heilongjiang Provincial Sports Commission and consists of five arenas and training venues for alpine, freestyle, cross-country and winter skiing, as well as ski jumping.
The resort also has two separate areas for tourists –– Yabuli ski arena, for intermediate and advanced skiers, and the Windmill ski resort for all levels.
Several national and international competitions have been hosted at the site, including the fifth and seventh National Winter Games, and the 3rd Asian Winter Games.
Skiers travel to the slopes at Yabuli Ski Resort, Jan 5. [Photo/people.cn]
Tourists practice the snow plough, Jan 5. [Photo/people.cn]
Skiers pictured at the top of one of the resort’s ski runs, Jan 5. [Photo/people.cn]
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The High People’s Court of Heilongjiang province officially launched Thunderbolt Action.
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