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Free Ski at Emei Mount
   2015-12-02 15:00:28    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Shen Siling



Mount Emei will expand its free ski strategy for the winter of 2015, which is to open to the visitors and friends of the whole country.

Since November 24th, Mount Emei welcomed the first snowfall and would last for many days. From December 1, 2015 to March 30, 2016, visitors who have Mount Emei Scenic spot ticket above half price (including half price), will have a chance to enjoy free snowboarding for 1 hour.

The 1st "Family Winter Olympics" and the 17th Hot Spring Festival will also be held during the time at the Mount Emei.


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