|Eaglevalley Ski Resort (Former, Sajo Resort) (이글벨리스키리조트 스키장 (구. 사조리조트 스키장))|
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The Sajo Village Ski Resort at the top of Suanbo’s Hwangsan Valley was the only combined hot springs and ski resort until construction of other hot springs/ski resorts in 1995. The resort prides itself in making safety a priority and has ski officials (who have health and safety certification) patrolling the slopes. Other major draws of the resorts are its famed hot springs and its convenient location. The resort is easily accessible from Seoul and other major cities, and is located nearby a variety of popular tourist attractions.
The Sajo Village Ski Resort runs a shuttle bus service, however, the operating schedule varies by season. Please refer details to the homepage for more information.
|Open from December 19, 2014 for '14/'15 season.|
|Morning 09:00 - 12:30
Afternoon 13:00 - 16:30
Evening 18:00 - 21:30
Night 21:00 - 24:30
|6 ski slopes|
|*Lift ticket price (09/10 season)
Morning (09:00-12:30) - Adults: 42,000 won / Children: 32,000 won
Afternoon (13:00-16:30) - Adults: 44,000 won / Children: 34,000 won
Night (18:00-21:30) - Adults: 40,000 won / Children: 30,000 won
Late Night - Adults: 30,000 won / Children: 20,000 won
Day (Morning + Afternoon) - Adults: 55,000won / Children: 45,000 won
Afternoon + Night - Adults: 55,000 won / Children: 45,000 won
Night + Late Night - Adults: 50,000 won / Children: 40,000 won
Varies from year to year
- From Chungju Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus bound for Suanbo.Then, take a shuttle to Sajo Ski Resort at the Suanbo Bus Terminal (runs only during winter season).
- From Seoul Station, take a Chungju-bound train. Then take a bus to Suanbo Bus Terminal.