The snow sports will be held in eight venues in Alpensia, Yongpyong, Jeongseon and Bokwang. At the moment, there are six refurbishing venues and two more will be constructed.
|Snow Sports||Jeongseon Alpine Centre||Alpine Skiing||Downhill||New||PyeongChang Mountain Cluster||L=2,648m, V=825m|
|Super G||L=1,175m, V=630m|
|Yongpyong Alpine Centre||Giant Slalom||Refurbishing||PyeongChang Mountain Cluster||L=1,191m, V=410m|
|Alpensia Cross-Country Centre||Cross-Country||Refurbishing||PyeongChang Mountain Cluster||L=7.5km, B=8m|
|Alpensia Ski Jumping Centre||Ski Jumping||Refurbishing||PyeongChang Mountain Cluster||LH=125m, NH=98m|
|Alpensia Biathlon Centre||Biathlon||Refurbishing||PyeongChang Mountain Cluster||L=4km, B=8m|
|Bokwang Snow Park||Freestyle Skiing||Mogul||Refurbishing||PyeongChang Mountain Cluster||L=250m, V=114m|
|Ski Cross||L=1,100m, V=220m|
|Slope Style||L=720m, V=150m|
|Bokwang Snow Park||Snowboard||PGS||Refurbishing||PyeongChang Mountain Cluster||L=550m, V=196m|
|Slope Style||L=720m, V=100m|
|Sliding Sports||Alpensia Sliding Centre||Luge/Bobsleigh&Skeleton||New||PyeongChang Mountain Cluster||L=1,400m, V=140m|
In Alpensia, three existing venues for Cross-Country, Ski Jumping and Biathlon have already been certified by the respective International Federations and have hosted many international competitions.
The Cross-Country venue was also upgraded in 2009 and will play a key role at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. The Ski Jumping venue was completed in 2009 with the financial support of the national and local governments; it hosted the FIS Continental Cup in September 2009. The Biathlon venue was upgraded in 2007 and played host to the 43rd IBU Biathlon World Championships in 2009. However, to meet Olympic standards, the venue facilities will be upgraded by 2016 based on consultation from International Federations so that they are ready for the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
Yongpyong Alpine Centre, which is located in the Yongpyong Resort, was completed in 1998. It has hosted four FIS Alpine World Cups Games and the 2006 IPC Paralympic WorldCup.
The Alpensia Sliding Centre will be constructed in Alpensia so that all the sliding sports can be staged here.
The location for Alpine Skiing was selected in Jeongseon Alpine Centre after consultation with the FIS experts and the basic design of the slopes has been completed. After the Olympic Winter Games, the venue will be restored to its original state.
Bokwang Snow Park, where the Freestyle Skiing and Snowboard events will take place, was upgraded in 2005 and was certified by the FIS. The Snowboard slopes will be upgraded to meet Olympic standards.
|ㆍLocation||Jeongseon Alpine Speed|
|ㆍVenue specifications||Men's course: Length 3,360m, Altitude difference 880m, Average slope 26.2%
Women's course: Length 2,720m, Altitude difference 780m, Average slope 30.7%
Super Combined: Length 600m, Altitude difference 180m, Average slope 35.1%
Gondola (M) 1, Lift (F) 1
|ㆍCapacity||6,000 (Seats 3,500 / Standing 2,500)|
|ㆍConstruction Period||Mar. 2014 ~ Oct. 2016|
|ㆍEvents (6)||Downhill (Men/Women), Super-G (Men/Women), Super Combined (Men/Women)|