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World’s newest ski resort opens in North Korea

Masik Pass, North Korea, New Ski Resorts, Luxury Ski Resorts

Masik Pass in an undated picture

 

 It’s not exactly what one would expect from one of the remaining hardline communist countries in the world, but nonetheless North Korea has managed to open the world’s latest luxury ski resort. Now it’s time for you to buy the T-shirt and bring your story of Masik Pass Continue reading ‘World’s newest ski resort opens in North Korea’

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South Korean ski resort opens its doors

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Alpensia ski resort was a part of South Korea's Olympic bid for 2014, and will be a part of its 2018 bid.

Following the opening of Mongolia’s first proper ski resort last Wednesday, South Korea’s latest centre opened on Friday, the tenth ski area to open in Gangwon province.

Alpensia ski resort has opened with seven slopes. Five are for skiing, one is a dedicated snowboarding terrain park and one is designed for sledging. There are more than 5km (3mi) of runs descending from a top station at 700m (2300ft) above sea level.

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Two new ski resorts open in Korea

Two new ski resorts have opened in Korea in the past week. Konjiam Resort in Gwangju, Gyeonggi, is one of the closest resorts to Seoul, only 40 minutes away to the north. It opened on Friday with 11 slopes, each 100m wide on average and suitable for beginners and children.
Four of the 11 slopes have been officially approved by the International Ski Federation, including its Super Pipe.

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Huge Snow Centre Proposed For Jeju, Korea

A second indoor snow centre has been proposed for Korea. Ice Park will be built on Jeju Island. Along with a snow slope the facility will include a short track speed skating rink.

The International City Development Center announced that the Jeju IcePark will be a core project of the international free city. It will cover and area of some 700,000 square metres and cost some W900 billion (US$1=W1,264) to build.

The ice rink will accommodate 10,000 people, and there will also be an ice cliff for climbing, an ice and snow sculpture park, a penguin town, and a park with bobsleigh rides.

The Development Center believes Ice Park will generate W345 billion for the region and create 10,000 jobs.

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666.78% more visitors come to SkiRebel Magazine in March

With the end of March, SportsRebel Media Ventures (SMV) Ltd. is happy to announce that it broke an all time record for monthly unique visitors with a whopping 666.78 % to SkiRebel Magazine in March 2008 to the same period a year earlier. This staggering growth was led with incredible traffic increases of more than 2000 % on March 28th alone.

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SkiRebel Magazine Celebrates 1st Year…

Since the relaunch of the popular skirebel.com portal in February 2007, SkiRebel Magazine has managed to attract more than 22,658 unique visitors with some 67,000 page impressions.

Since migrating the PDF only online ski magazine to a more user friendly online format, magazine management is ecstatic with the initial results. So far 2008, SportsRebel Media Ventures (SMV) Ltd., the main shareholder of the online property is forecasting tripling online visits. So far the first week forecast is blowing that forecast out of the water.
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WORLD LIFT TICKET PRICE REPORT 2008 PUBLISHED

For the seventh year, independent ski area research company Snow24 plc, based in Scotland, Great Britain, have published their unique comparison of six-day lift ticket prices worldwide. The World Lift Ticket Price Report, sponsored by Liftopia.com, compares the high season, non-discounted, prices of ski passes at more than 550 ski areas in 40 countries* around the world in US Dollars, European Euros and British Pounds. Continue reading ‘WORLD LIFT TICKET PRICE REPORT 2008 PUBLISHED’

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