Address : 325, Solbong-ro, Daegwallyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do, Republic of Korea
The admissions to the Alpensia Olympic Park starts two hours prior to the game.
It will take about 20-30 minutes to walk from the venue entrance to the seating bowl. Please check the game schedule and arrive to the venue early.
Please be sure to check both sides of the pedestrian crossing before crossing the road.
Please refrain from making any noises at the start of every game as the athletes require extreme concentration.
[Notes - Snowboard]
It is the grand debut of the Big Air* as an official Winter Games event at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Games. Do not miss out on this special opportunity!
*Introduction to Big Air
An event of which the athlete will leap from a big jump and show aerial stunt such as flips, spins and such.
Various game methods exist: Tournament, jam, Two-Runs (Two runs → best single run counting), Three-Runs (Three runs → two best runs will be added together to get the final results)
Generally, the qualifications are consisted of Two-Runs, and the finals are consisted of Three-Runs
Athletes quota is same as the Olympic Slopestyle
When traveling by car, search ‘Daegwallyeong Parking Lot’ on your navigation system. Park at Daegwallyeong Parking Lot and walk to the shuttle bus stop. Take the spectator shuttle bus TS 10 to Alpensia Olympic Park (North Gate).
When using express (inter-city) buses, get off at ‘Hoenggye Bus Terminal’. Walk 580m to the PyeongChang Olympic Plaza 2 (near GATE 3) bus stop. Take the spectator shuttle bus TS 7 from the PyeongChang Olympic Plaza 2 (near GATE 3) bus stop to Alpensia Olympic Park (North Gate).
When using the KTX, get off at 'Jinbu Station (KTX)'. Take the spectator shuttle bus TS 4 from Jinbu Station to Alpensia Olympic Park (NorthGate).
Only Spectator shuttle buses are accessible to approach venues during Games time.