10, Otbawi-gil, Danyang-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do
Mancheonha Skywalk is located on a cliff of Nahangang River approximately 80-90 meters above waters. Visitors can enjoy walking on the clouds with the view of the waters below. Panoramic view of Danyang and Sobaeksan Mountain can be seen at the observatory. Thrill-seekers can enjoy the glass bottom walkway as well as nearby attractions including zipline and alpine coaster.
269, Jemullyang-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon
The Story Course of the Historical and Cultural Street of the Open Trade Port is a course that showcases the history and culture of the pork opening over 100 years ago. Started in 2006, the walking course takes participants through historical buildings and attractions including Jayu Park, The first Bank, 5.8 Bank, Chinatown and more. There are three different courses varying by time with one hour course taking participants from Incheon Station to Chinatown and Samgukji Mural Street, Jayu Park, Jemulpo Club, Incheon Modern Architecture Museum, and finishing at Korean-Chinese Cultural Center.
861, Seohak-ro, Taebaek-si, Gangwon-do
The O2 Ski Resort is located in Taebaek, Gangwon-do, the center of leisure in Korea. In summer, there is no heat wave nor mosquitos and in winter, it receives the first snowfall in Korea as well as the longest snow season. This town-style resort is located only ten minutes from downtown Taebaek and is a world-class leisure town with various facilties and sightseeing attractions nearby. The O2 Ski Resort has been specially designed for families with ski slopes for adults and a sledding hill and kids' park.
27, Geumgang-ro 2536beon-gil, Pocheon-si, Gyeonggi-do
Bears Town Resort is a large leisure complex on the outskirts of Seoul that owns a slope officially approved by the International Ski Federation. It was the first in the country to offer rental services allowing for a wider range of visitors. The beginner slope Little Bear, is perfect for first time skiers and boarders. Including the 88 Challenger slope that was officially approved by the International Ski Federation, there are ten slopes. There are also eight lifts that can carry up to 15,200 people per hour. The resort also has a slope for ski lessons and a sledding hill.
262, Hanchigol-gil, Hongcheon-gun, Gangwon-do
Vivaldi Park Ski World attracts ski lovers with their one-day skiing and nighttime skiing options as well as offering large accommodation facilities. The condos provide direct access to the ski slopes, adding more convenience for visiting this ski resort. There are 12 ski slopes, one gondola and 10 lifts for optimal enjoyment. Vivaldi Park Ski World also hosts various competitions, providing excellent slope and snow conditions for all visitors from beginners to winter sports enthusiasts.
1206, Eosil-ro, Yangsan-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
Located in Yangsan, Gyeongsangnam-do, Eden Valley Resort ski slopes have been scientifically designed to disperse skiers and prevent overcrowding. Various slope types are available for skiers and snowboarders of diverse skill levels. Visitors can enjoy winter leisure sports in this international-standard ski resort.
500, High1-gil, Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do
High1 Ski Resort is equipped with lifts and ski slopes for beginners as well as intermediate and advanced skiers, providing an enjoyable environment for the whole family. It is also designed to be the most environmental-friendly ski resort in the nation. Preserving the mountain while making the slopes, in spring various wild edible greens are seen and in summer many wild flowers bloom, making the resort an eco-travel attraction all year round. The revolving restaurant at the mountain top, 1,340 meters above sea level, provides an amazing view of the surrounding area with one full rotation every hour.
267, Jisan-ro, Icheon-si, Gyeonggi-do
Jisan Forest Resort, which opened in December 1996, makes for the perfect one-day trip from Seoul. It is located only forty minutes from the capital and is covered with beautiful white pines.
The ski slopes were developed to be environmentally-friendly, making it a popular attraction for the locals. With the latest snow removal machine, the drive from Seoul is safer, letting more people come to the resort at night to enjoy night skiing. For those visiting with family, the beginner courses makes it easy to learn how to ski and snowboard.
Furthermore, Icheon ceramics complex is a mere 15 minutes away, offering a variety of sights to see and ceramicware experience programs to enjoy. Everland Amusement park and a hot springs complex are also located very close by.
Dodong-ri, Ulleung-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
The Dokdo Island Observatory Cable Car, from which one can get a bird's eye view of Ulleungdo Island, is a must-see tourist attraction. Located inside the Dodong Yaksu Park, the cable car takes visitors up to Manghyangbong Peak. When the sky is really clear (about 50 days a year), you can see as far as Dokdo Island that is located 92 kilometers away. This is also the first place to view the rising sun in Ulleungdo Island.
5-20, Gitdaebong-gil, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do
Located in Deokhyeon-ri, Sang-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, Gapyeong Sledding Hills is close to Jojongcheon Stream and clean valleys. It operates water sledding hills during summer and ice sledding hills during winter to give a fun experience to children. Spanning the area of 9,780㎡, it is comprised of varied slopes, moving walkways, snack bar, restaurant, resting area, changing room, shower facility, outdoor swimming pool for children and adults, shaded shelter and other subsidiary facilities. It is the sole leisure experience area for families located in the metropolitan area.