Hit the slopes with us at Qiaobo Ice and Snow World on Saturday November 15 and enjoy an action-packed and fun-filled day with your family and friends at Beijing’s only indoor snow dome.
Not so keen on taking to the slopes? Don’t worry – there’ll be plenty of great games, activities and shopping on site at our indoor Winter Fair to keep you busy throughout the day.
What to expect:
- Indoor skiing and snowboarding (available from 9am to 5pm)
- Wine tasting and delicious hot food
- Music and entertainment
- Children’s games and activities
- Face painting
- Fun photo booth
- Lucky draw prizes
- Handmade arts and crafts
- Health and beauty
- Lifestyle and fashion
- Gift shopping
Winter Fair & general site entry excluding skiing: Free
Ski and snowboard day pass: RMB300 (under 18s: RMB240) Includes ski/snowboard, boots/poles, snowsuit, outdoor wear, locker and lift pass; standard price RMB420.
To receive our special discount prices please go to the Urban Family desk upon arrival.
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Saturday November 15, 10am-8pm
Qiaobo Ice and Snow World: 6, Shun'an Road, Shunyi, Beijing 北京市顺义区顺安路6号
Qiaobo Ice & Snow World is equipped with a Children’s Snow Paradise, Easy Ski Run, Advanced Ski Run and a Snowboard Park. The Children’s Snow Paradise is 30 meters long, 15 meters wide and has a slope averaging 3 degrees. The Easy Run is 200 meters long, 40 meters wide and has a slope averaging 8 degrees. The Advanced Run is 300 meters long, 40 meters wide and has a slope averaging 17 degrees. The Snowboard Park is 200 meters long, 15 meters wide and includes 5 obstacles. It’s the perfect place for beginners to get their first taste of skiing and snowboarding or old-timers to get their ski legs back ready for the winter season.
See the event listing here: Urban Family Winter Party.
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