There are trains for major cities in China, including Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Hankou, Zhengzhou, Jinan, Yantai, Dezhou and Xuzhou.
Bullet trains are available between Harbin and other cities within Heilongjiang Province, such as Qiqihar, Mudanjiang, Suihua, and Jiamusi.
Harbin-Beijing: 10 hours by direct express trains Z2 and Z16, or 8 hours by bullet trains D28 and D26.
Harbin-Guangzhou: 37 hours by train T238/T235.
Harbin-Shanghai: 32 hours by train K58/K55.
Harbin-Zhengzhou: 29 hours by train K928/K925.
Transportation: Passengers can take public buses No. 6, 11, 13, 14, 16, 21, 64, 74, 89, 101, 103, 108, 109, and 115 to get to the train station.
Harbin Railway Station is located in Harbin city center. It was put to use in 1899. Harbin Railway Station is the second largest railway hub in Northeast China, after Shenyang Railway Station. The five railways, Beijing-Harbin Railway Line, Harbin-Suifenhe Line, Harbin-Manzhouli Railway Line, Harbin-Bei’an Railway Line, and Lafa-Harbin Railway Line intersect here.
Yabuli Ski Resort is located 193 km (120 miles) east of Harbin City. Roads in Harbin are iced up in winter, so the safest possible way to travel is by train.
Yabuli South Railway Station is located near the Ski Resort. There are trains traveling between Yabuli and Harbin every day, and a single train ride takes 3 hours..
Harbin-South Yabuli: K7011, 7:46 am - 10:44 am
South Yabuli-Harbin: K7012, 16:20 -19:31