187, Mangyang-ro, Yeosu-si, Jeollanam-do
Yeosu Ocean Railbike is comprised of a 3.5-kilometer open track that follows the rocky coast of Yeosu. The track takes passengers along the coastal line through the open air and a tunnel course at a leisurely pace. The track and bikes are designed to please the eyes of passengers as well as ensure safety and comfort.
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 eigth lifts that can occupy up to 15,200 people. The resort also has a slope for ski lessons and a sledding hill.
715, Olympic-ro, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do
Yongpyong Resort is situated at the center of Korea’s Baekdudaegan Mountain Range, and sees an average of 250 centimeters of snowfall per season, which makes for excellent skiing conditions. Not only that, the resort’s enormous seventeen million square meter complex includes a 45-hole golf course, gondolas, swimming pool, and other facilities. This all-season recreational complex allows visitors to escape from daily life and relax.
Yongpyong Resort has impressive ski slopes, including the popular Rainbow Slopes, and offers excellent facilities for skiers. The resort's Dragon Plaza offers a variety of services for skiers and snowboarders.
Yongpyong Resort has hosted a number of international competitions, including the World Cup Ski Competition and the Asian Winter Games. It is consequently one of the most popular ski resorts in Korea, and is frequented by many tourists.
185, Manseon-ro, Muju-gun, Jeollabuk-do
Muju Deogyusan Resort is one of Korea’s most famous mountain peak ski resorts. Covering an area of over seven million square meters, the resort is located in the Gucheon-dong Valley, at the base of the famous Deogyusan Mountains. Nature lovers will particularly enjoy visiting the resort, since it is located in one of Korea’s beautiful national parks, and was specially designed to harmonize with its natural surroundings.
174, Buljeong-gil, Mungyeong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Zipline Mungyeong was built in Buljeong Recreational Forest in Mungyeong, Gyeongsangbuk-do by Zipline Korea under strict supervision and design by professional engineers after going through several years of overseas field survey. The zipline is the first in Korea as well as in Asia. Visitors can enjoy the zipline regardless of weather conditions all year around. The eco adventure program is sure to help release stress.
505, Misa-daeri, Hanam-si, Gyeonggi-do
Misari Speedboat Park was created for use in rowing and sailing competition during the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games. The park features various other sports facilities around the lake, including a 5 kilometer-long bike course, soccer fields and footvolley courts. Other amenities include pavilions and snack bars, making this place beloved by locals as a place to relax and play.
Jangjeong-ri, Yesan-gun, Chungcheongnam-do
Yedang Reservoir is a popular attraction that represents Yesan in Chungcheongnam-do. Main facilities include restaurants. accommodations, and convenience facilities. There are also various themed walking trail and parking lots. The walking trail around the reservoir and octagonal pagoda feels like Taejongdae Cliffed Coast in Busan, making it a popular trail among family, friends and couples. During the summer season, the reservoir becomes filled with people fishing.
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.
688, Bukhangangbyeon-gil, Chuncheon-si, Gangwon-do
Elysian Gangchon Country Club is designed with the mountains and the local atmosphere in mind to provide visitors with a beautiful view as they golf. With various courses from precision-oriented courses to dynamic courses with mountain and creek obstacles, golfers will have plenty of challenges throughout their round.
58, Oak valley 2-gil, Wonju-si, Gangwon-do
Oak Valley Snow Park is a premium ski resort that everyone in the family can enjoy. From beginners to advanced courses as well as a different theme for every course, visitors can try each slope without worry. The Golf Village offers a straight course for maximum speed as well as a kids-only course. Filled with various events in winter, visitors can enjoy fireworks every night as well as special concerts by famous singers.
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.
32, Jonghabundongjang-gil, Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do
Gangneung Curling Center is an ice skating rink that served as the venue for curling games during 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. Located on the basement of the curling center, visitors to the ice skating rink can enjoy skating at an affordable price.