Shanghai Yinqixing Indoor Skiing Site

Ski resorts in China

Shanghai Yinqixing Indoor Skiing Site Snow forecast

  • Wednesday
    0 ft
    8 mph
  • Thursday
    0.1 in rain
    Sun/clear sky
    5 mph
  • Friday
    0 in rain
    6 mph

Facts about Shanghai Yinqixing Indoor Skiing Site

Slopes (Total: 1)
Green Learning / beginner:1
Blue Easy:0
Red Intermediate:0
Black Advanced / Expert:0
Evening skiing:1 number of slopes
Artificial snow:1 number of slopes
Longest slope:1247 ft
Total length of pistes:0.6 miles

Lifts (Total: 3)

Vertical drop
Shanghai Yinqixing Indoor Skiing Site Vertical drop
Mountain high: 154 ft
Vertical drop: 138 ft
Mountain low: 16 ft

Childrens area:1
Country: China

Reviews for Shanghai Yinqixing Indoor Skiing Site

What do you think about Shanghai Yinqixing Indoor Skiing Site?
3 reviews
A good place to cool down in summer time and to practice your first turns. Best for beginners, but sometimes they have a few kickers and rails to play on. If you never have been skiing indoor, check it out!
In the weekend it can be quite crowded.

Open Time:
Sunday-Thursday 09:00am. - 22:30pm.
Friday /Saturday 09:00am - 01:00am next day

Ticket Fee:
Time Daily Weekend
1hour 98yuan 118yuan
2hours 138yuan 158yuan
No limit 198yuan 218yuan

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Pure skiing is probably the worst back I've ever traveled. "The snow" (if you can call it snow?) Is not a lot to cheer over and it's sickly slippery. The equipment is sad, the pants I borrowed had a nice buckle each, so the foot was not fixed as well.

But now you may not go to Shanghai for the brutal skiing. I still had fun. Nice with all happy people, mostly Chinese, who struggled down the hill. It was not too expensive either, I would like to remember. Interesting experience recommended if you are in the hooks.

Tony Lagneskog
Tony Lagneskog (Guest)
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The indoor facility was bigger and better than expected. Good service and serious staff. 3 different levels / difficulty on the slope. Fun and good atmosphere in the hall, however, one must keep an eye on the Chinese friends who have not gone to a ski school and start from the highest point. If you pay for example Two hours start these count after selecting equipment and going out into the ski hall itself. Bring extra socks as the pants are usually wet by the previous riders. It is not close to the metro as it looks like on the map without taking a taxi, about 15rmb. There is also a bus that runs from the north side of the subway exit every half an hour.

Highly recommended, you can choose skiing or snowboarding.

Most popular photo

Rider: Kalle Photo: Martin Akesson

Trail map

Trail map Shanghai Yinqixing Indoor Skiing Site

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