Season closing dates

If you’re in Korea and looking to get in some late season turns in March, you still have a few options.

Most resorts closed on March 1st (or in late February in some cases), but you can still hit the following:

Phoenix Park (closing Sunday 7th)

High1 (closing Sunday 14th)

Welli Hilli Park (Sunday 14th)

Yongpyong (Sunday 21st)

Discount tickets are available so you should only need to pay around 20k KRW for a pass. I’d try and do it before the 14th though – if you go to Yongpyong in that final week, they only have a few runs scheduled to be open and it frankly isn’t worth the journey for a few slushy runs.

8 comments on “Season closing dates
  1. Buewhite says:

    My friends and I go to South korea on 14 – 18 March 2024. And we would like to go skiing at Yongpyong ski resort, so I would like to
    know closing date of Yongpyong ski resort in 2024.

    PS. We are the beginner at skiing.

  2. Salman Ghazali says:

    I really need to know if High1 is open for skiing during first week of March 2024. Need to secure my booking soon!

    • Simon Norton says:

      Hi Salman, sorry for the slow reply, it depends on the conditions but it looks like they’re closing on March 10th

  3. Megan says:

    Hi there are these closing dates for the ski season ending in March 2024?

    • Simon Norton says:

      Hi Megan, no this is an older post.

      For 2024 most of the resorts are closing Sunday March 3rd, with the bigger resorts (High1, Yongpyong, Welli Hilli) also open for the following weekend.

  4. kenny says:

    hi, is there any ski resort open until end of march 2024? just would like some sledding or tubing for the kids. we arrive march 23, 2024 in seoul. thanks!

    • Simon Norton says:

      For future reference, the last week of March is too late for Korean ski resorts unless they have an extremely good season with heavy snowfall

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