Like other sports, such as cross-country running, marathon and Triathlon, skiing, a "flying sport", can be fascinating and addictive. Do you know what are the world famous ski resorts? Where is the best ski resort in the world?
- St. Moritz Ski Resort, Switzerland
St. Moritz ski resort is located in Switzerland, with many snow mountains connected and luxurious facilities. It is known as the birthplace of winter sports. Saint Moritz is an advanced resort with a comfortable and pleasant climate. It has always been famous for holding high-level winter sports. It used to be the host of two Winter Olympic Games, so the level of ski facilities is very high. The ski resort of St. Moritz is the ancestor of winter sports. There are four major ski areas near Saint Moritz, including Piz Nair, High Skiing Shu Mountain, Piz Muragl and Diavolezza. There are 350 kilometers of ramps with a height of more than 3000 meters.
- Zermatt Ski Resort
Located at the foot of Matterhong Peak, the famous peak in the world, Zermatt Ski Resort is the "Xanadu" described by Tao Yuanming. It is beautiful, quiet and peaceful; Zermatt is also a paradise for all ski lovers. The Matterhorn area of Zermatt is a top ski resort in the world, with a total length of 250 kilometers. It has the second largest vertical drop in the world (you can take the elevator to get up and down), an altitude difference of 2200 meters, and a total of 74 sets of mountaineering transportation facilities for all types of skiers.
- Whistler Mountain Ski Resort
Whistler Mountain Ski Resort is the largest ski resort in North America, 120 kilometers north of Vancouver, Canada. There are 25% professional ski trails, 55% ski trails designed for intermediate skiers, and 20% ski trails suitable for beginners. From 1992 to 1995, Whistler has been praised as "the first ski resort in North America" and "the best resort design" by Snow Country for four consecutive years. It is also one of the ski resorts for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.
- Ole Ski Resort, Sweden
Sweden's Ole Ski Resort is located in Ole, in Yemtrand Province, central Sweden. It is one of the must-see ski resorts. It is the most well-equipped winter ski resort in Northern Europe. The 2007 World Cup Alpine Ski Championship was held here. Ole Ski Resort has 98 independent ski trails and 44 climbing cable cars, all of which are 98 kilometers long. There are not only challenging cross-country ski slopes, but also gentle ski areas suitable for beginners and children, and also breathtaking helicopter high-altitude skiing. In addition to skiing, you can also play dog sled, snowmobile, ice fishing, cross-country skiing and other sports.
- Chamonix Ski Resort
Chamonix ski resort is located at the foot of Mont Blanc (4810 meters), the highest peak in Europe, in Chamonix, France. As one of the world's famous ski resorts, it has the world's largest cable car service system and a long slide. In 1924, the first Olympic Winter Games opened here.
- Aspen Ski Resort
Aspen Ski Resort is located in Colorado, the United States. It is a typical American-style ski resort and the cultural capital of skiing in the United States. Each snow mountain has its own characteristics. It is a typical American-style ski city. It is connected with four distinctive ski mountains - Aspen Mountain, Buttermilk, Aspen Highland and Snowmass. It is also the cultural capital of skiing in the United States. There are many fine arts here, and you can also hear many moving music.
- Longping Ski Resort
Yongpyeong Ski Resort is located in Yongsan-ri, Doam-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon Province, Korea. It has the best ski facilities in Korea. There are 18 1,720 meters of ski runs, 16 lifts and all night lights. Yongpyeong has become a world-famous ski resort by successfully hosting international events such as the Olympic Ski Games and the Asian Winter Games, including 28 ski runs including the Rainbow Ski Run, 15 lifts that run 3.7 kilometers each way, and Dragon Plaza, the largest ski resort in Korea. It is also popular among tourists from Japan and other Asian countries. Snow season runs from December to March each year, and snow makers are available to enjoy skiing even in mild winter.
- Caojin Snow Field, Japan
The Caojin ski resort in Japan is a famous hot spring ski resort in Japan. The snow path of Caojin International Ski Resort is winding and undulating, which is very suitable for experienced skiers to show their skills. You can slide from the peak of Benbaigen Mountain, which is 2000 meters high, to the Tiangou Mountain ski resort, which is 1245 meters high, with a drop of nearly 800 meters. If you are a novice, don't worry about it. You can lay a good foundation in the primary training area at the bottom of the ski resort before challenging. It's quite pleasant to slide down the gentle forest slide and see the beautiful scenery passing by.
Address: 158 Caojin Baigen State-owned Forest, Caojin Town, Wuwijun, Gunma County, Japan
- Tieris Ski Resort
The Tierces Ski Resort is located in the small town of Ingersburg. As the slogan of Tierces Mountain says, "Ice and snow travel, four seasons enjoy it", Tierces Snow Mountain attracts tourists from all over the world all year round. Tieris Ski Resort is a large skiing and snowboarding paradise in central Switzerland, with an altitude of 3020 meters and an altitude difference of 2000 meters. 25 chair lifts and cable cars provide convenient transportation for skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts. You can enjoy the magnificent scenery of the Alps on the 82km long ski track.
Address: on the Tierez Snow Mountain in Ingersburg, Switzerland
- Louise Lake Ski Resort
Lake Louise Ski Resort is located near the town of Lakelouis in Banff National Park, Canada. It is the largest and most beautiful independent ski resort in Canada. Louise Lake Ski Resort is one of the three world-class championship ski resorts in Banff National Park (Sunshine Village Ski Resort, Louise Lake Ski Resort, and Norquis Mountain Ski Resort). It is also one of the regions with the longest snow season in North America. Louise Lake Ski Resort has won the reputation of the best ski resort in Canada for three consecutive years. At the end of 2009, it hosted the World Ski Competition in the early stage of the Vancouver Winter Olympics. In 2014, it won the honor of "Best Ski Resort in Canada" at the first World Ski Awards held in Kiezbul, Austria.