Vivaldi Park, ski and snowboard paradise

Slopes for all levels from beginners to advanced skiers, big sledding slope and huge water park – Vivaldi park has it all

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Vivaldi park is located in Yangpyeong area – about 1,5 hour of drive from Seoul. Surrounded by golfs and mountains, all the resort is very nice and quite pristine.

There are 13 slopes from very easy ones to medium level and even one red difficult slope and 10 lifts operating 24 hours a day. You can choose from a variety of packages ( skiing for all day, half a day or by portions of 4.5 hours from 8:30~13:00/10:30~15:00…)

If you need to rent your material you will see plenty of rental shops on your way in the valley but one of the most convenient options is to buy the lift+rental package directly in the resort. If you are fluent in Korean or have Korean friends who may help you, we strongly recommend to buy your package in advance on the web.

Your reservation must be done before 5pm on the day before you plan to go, then you can find deals up to 55% off the regular price. If you can’t book in advance you can still have discounts up to 30% with the main banks credit cards.

Even if the resort is very popular and can be crowded during week-ends and Korean school holidays, we’ve been impressed by the organization and efficiency at the rental, lift queuing area and food halls.

If you are not into skiing or are travelling with little kids, there is a long sledding slope to keep you busy and entertained. You can buy the ticket for sledding also online.

And for the water lovers don’t forget to check the Ocean World

How to get there:

1290-14 Palbong-ri, Seo-myeon, Hongcheon-gun, Gangwon-do
강원도 홍천군 서면 팔봉리 1290-14
Tel: 1588-4888

Shuttle buses take you straight to the ski resort from different parts of Seoul. Prior reservation online is required.

For more information go to Vivaldi Park Website (Korean only)

For localization, check Seoul Map for Kids & Families

Looking for other ski alternatives around Seoul ? check out the Best Ski Resorts from Seoul

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3 thoughts on “Vivaldi Park, ski and snowboard paradise

  1. Hi, it’s me again. How do we get to vivaldi park if we can read korean at all? I am planning my trip, we may head there from Incheon airport or from Seoul city, depending on our flight. Can you help me in this? Thanks

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