The resort has seven ski runs of varying degrees of difficulty ranging from expert to amateur. The most challenging slope is over 1,000 meters long. With a maximum slope of thirty degrees, it has a pitch of 300 meters. The mid-level run has a maximum slope of twenty-eight degrees. The junior ski run for beginners is over 3,000 meters long with an average slope of ten degrees. In addition, there is a separate snowboarding park available. Shijinglong has the largest snowmaking operation of the region’s ski resorts. Fourteen imported snowmaking machines provide an ample supply of snow assuring the best possible conditions for skiing
The resort also offers a wide variety of equipment for sale or rent. Over forty skilled instructors are available to guests and a fully staffed ski school has been established. In addition to snowboarding and skiing, the resort offers sleigh rides, ice skating, curling and snowmobiling.
In order to emulate international level facilities, Shijinglong built open-air spring baths in 2002. These have proven immensely popular with skiers to relieve sore muscles and restore energy. There is also a coffee bar at the junction of the junior and mid-level ski runs offering an array of hot beverages and desserts. Cable car rides are available for visitors who want to simply enjoy the beautiful scenery
|Shijinglong Ski Resort Rack Rate||Unit: RMB|
|4 Hour||140||200||260||Price includes: boots, skis, conveyor, lift and ground fees.|