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Wanlong Resort Guide

The Wanlong resort guide summary is: Wanlong has 2 lifts within its 40 Hectares of terrain that is suitable for all levels, including terrain park enthusiasts. Find location, trail maps and piste maps covering the mountains 400m of vertical range and surrounding area.



Wanlong Resort Guide

The Wanlong resort guide summary is: Wanlong has 2 lifts within its 40 Hectares of terrain that is suitable for all levels, including terrain park enthusiasts. Find location, trail maps and piste maps covering the mountains 400m of vertical range and surrounding area.

Vertical:

Top: 2110m
Arrow
400m
Bot: 1710m

Best for:

Advanced level skier
Intermediate/
Advanced

Trails:

25%
50%
25%

Hectares of Ski:

40
Snowmaking: Yes

Wanlong Lifts:

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  • ski lift icon2
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Total lifts = 2
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Visiting Wanlong

Helpful resort information to assist planning your trip to Wanlong.

  • Season opens
  • Season closes
  • Accommodation
  • Restaurants | Bars
    — | —
  • Nearest Airport
    Beijing
  • Nearest Train Station
  • Tourist Office Website
  • Tourist Office Phone
    +01065536831

Wanlong Features

The terrain at Wanlong includes:

  • Halfpipes
  • Terrain Parks
    1
  • X-Country
  • Ski Hire

What's it like at Wanlong resort?

Wanlong offers something for everyone on Mount Honghualiang. There are 3 lifts at Wanlong and the ski area has a terrain park and snow-making facilities. The nearest airport to Wanlong is at Beijing.


Explore Wanlong Location Map

Interactive Wanlong trail map and piste map. View the piste and trails as well as the surrounding terrain and mountain contours for backcountry action. Find and compare nearby resorts by clicking on the resort markers.


When's the snowiest month to visit Wanlong?

NovemberAverage: 1.5 snow days per week
The snowiest week in Wanlong is week 4 of November. There are typically 1.5 snowy days during this week with 7cm of snowfall. Check out the Wanlong Snow History graphs below.


Visitor Reviews of Wanlong

Overall: 3.2 Based on 4 votes and 3 reviews

  • Snowsure 4.2
  • Variety of pistes 3.2
  • Off-piste 1.7
  • Scenery 3.2
  • Apres-Ski 1.8
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Lewis from China writes:

I have skied some big resorts in France such as Les Deux Alpes and Flaine, Austria, Zillertal, Incl Hintertux glacier at 3200 meters and the Matterhorn region of Switzerland and Italy, to some tiny 25 meter drop hills in Shandong Provinc. I consider myself to be an advanced skier.

First, understand it doesn't snow much in this area of the world, but once every 3-5 years they get a foot or two, which is actually enough to ski between the birches here. All pistes have snow cannons which are relied on but the temps are icy cold, down to -15c -20c or more at 2000 meters in January. In one way it sucks because it's so damn cold and the piste is hard packed and icy. In another way you need to forget your European, Japanese or Western North American prejudices. The snow is there until late March, no rain sludge or melt, guaranteed. You need to wrap up warm with a balaclava as any exposed skin will hurt, also get the sharpest slalom skis you can find, you'll still have a blast, but forget powder skiing, unless mega lucky. On the other hand it's nearly always blue sky and you have a great view over the dome of air pollution which doesn't stretch up this far into the mountain. The air is clear here, but down in Chongli town it can get hazy with locals having coal fires or heat; yet still streets ahead of Beijing or most places in Hebei.

Most of the runs are marked black. In truth, in European terms they are 70% reds/blues with 30% genuine black sections, the blue runs are very busy with risk averse locals showing off to anyone that will watch, and the blacks empty, compared to anything in Korea, Japan or Europe.

I wouldn't travel from outside of Asia to come here, but that said jumping on a genuinely high speed 6 man chair with no queue (mid-week) and skiing 500 plus meters vert on multiple near empty blue sky redish-black run certainly beats a day at work or a bad weather ski day in Europe. Not too shabby for a day or even three!

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