Genting Snow Park
An aerial photo taken with a drone on Dec. 11, 2019, shows Genting Snow Park in Chongli, north China's Hebei Province.
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Part of the Zhangjiakou competition area, Genting Ski Park at Zhangjiakou Genting Snow Park is located in the Chongli district of Zhangjiakou, Hebei, about 100 miles northwest of Beijing's urban core and in the vicinity of Heping Forest Park and the G95 Capital Area Loop Expressway corridor.
The park includes six tracks and various different courses. It will host all freestyle skiing and snowboarding events except for men's and women's big air.
Zhangjiakou Mountain Media Center is located in the complex of venues and is rebuilt from the Yunding Hotel. Yunding Ski Park is not only a training base for the national freestyle skiing and snowboarding team, but also provides a high-quality venue for public ice and snow sports.
- Freestyle Skiing: Aerials, mixed team aerials, halfpipe, moguls, ski cross, slopestyle
- Snowboarding: Halfpipe, parallel giant slalom, slopestyle, snowboard cross, mixed team snowboard cross
- Viewing area 1 (PGS, ski/snowboard cross): 3,300
- Viewing area 2 (halfpipe, slopestyle): 4,000
- Viewing area 3: (aerials, moguls): 3,600
Big Air Shougang
This photo taken on February 3, 2021, shows the Shougang Big Air venue, which will host Big Air freestyle skiing and snowboarding competition at the 2022 Winter Olympics, in the grounds of a former steel factory in Beijing, a year before the opening of the Games on February 4, 2022.
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Part of the Beijing competition area, Shougang Ski Jump at Big Air Shougang is a newly constructed venue located in the city's Shijingshan district, less than 15 miles west of Beijing's urban core and along the Yongding River. It was built over an old steel mill and completed in late 2019. Existing coolant towers will serve as a backdrop.
It will host freestyle skiing and snowboarding's big air competitions.
Organizers plan for the venue to be permanent after the Games' conclusion, hosting large-scale outdoor activities such as concerts and conferences.
The design concept is derived from the traditional flying style in the Dunhuang murals in China.
- Freestyle Skiing: Big air
- Snowboarding: Big air