Masik Ski Resort is the main North Korea Ski Resort, contary to popular belief though it is not the only one! Today though we will be looking at the newest Ski Resort in North Korea.
Young Pioneer Tours are now offering tourists independent skiing tours to the Masikryong Ski Resort in North Korea! We can tailor your North Korean tour itinerary to involve only skiing or to make use of your time in the DPRK by doing other sightseeing around the country. The Masikryong Ski resort has been talked about in many international press and now is your chance to experience this skiing resort for yourself.
Main North Korea Ski Resort
The skiing resort has been built to international standards and caters very well for both skiers and non skiers alike! With 10 slopes (beginner to expert), skiing equipment (skis, sledges, snowboards) available for all shapes and sizes, snowmobile access, a swimming pool, massage facilities, gym, a steam room, a sauna, cafes and a high class restaurant is one of the more exciting ways to enjoy your winter. The resort also has full Internet access for those willing to update their holidays back home to family and friends!
Independent Tours to Masik Ski Resort
Our Independent tour rates can be found here as well as flight and train timetables in and out of the DPRK. Below are prices that will need to be added on top of the costs of independent rates. Skiing season is from the beginning of November to the end of February each year.
Pricing of rooms at Masikryong Ski Resort
Type of Room
|Deluxe||€200||€120 per person|
|Suite||€140||€95 per person|
|Standard||€100||€75 per person|
|4 Person Room||€70 per person|
Single supplements are €50 per night if there is more than 1 person in the group (IE: In a three person group, two people share 1 room and the remaining person covers the single supplement fee for their room). Solo travellers will need to pay a single supplement of €20 per night.
Ski Resort Charges
One Day Ski Pass: €45 Half Day Ski Pass: €28 The Ski Pass includes entrance fee, chairlift, ski equipment and use of slopes. For those who aren’t skiing they will need to pay the entrance fee of €2.5 each day and €5 euros to use chairlift on the slopes.
Price exclusive of:
- Ski Pass (per day: 45 Euro/2.50 if not skiing)
- Recreational facilities within the resort are extra
- Each meal (Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner) is 10 euros per person
- Internet access is $5USD/30 minutes
- Travel insurance
To arrange a trip to the main North Korea ski resort, simply get in touch.