60203 Ski Resort revealed!

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Ski Resort

Ski Resort

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Images of 60203 Ski Resort have been revealed on Lucky Bricks. This interesting City set contains 806 pieces along with eleven minifigures! It costs €79.99 in Germany which will presumably equate to approximately £79.99 or $89.99.

I presume this set will become available during September as Lucky Bricks suggests that it will be delivered in just over a month. You can view its packaging and some further information after the break...

Prepare your warm clothes and make the track dangerous - with the LEGO City Play Set "Ski Resort". Show off your tricks in the snow park's halfpipe and rail, or pretend to watch other snowboarders being filmed by the helicopter and shown on the big toy screen above the ski shop. Look! The rescue team is using the snowmobile to bring an injured skier to the rescue station. Build a snowman with your friends and then warm up with a hot drink from the nearby booth. Mmmm! This cupcake looks delicious! After you've warmed up, there's plenty of fun in the snow waiting for you!

  • Includes 11 LEGO City minifigures - 3 ski patrol members, a ski shop salesman, a helicopter pilot, a skier, a snowboarder, 2 children, a beverage vendor and a customer - as well as a dog figure and a snowman figure to assemble.
  • This great construction toy includes a two-story rescue station with rooftop communication antennas, a ski shop with a large screen and a shelf for snowboards and skis, a hot drinks and cupcakes stand, a fantastic snow park with floodlight mast, halfpipe with stairs and a separate rail.
  • In addition, this children's kit includes an all-wheel truck with a movable snow plow and roof rack, a snowmobile with a trailer and a helicopter with a hinged cockpit, rotatable rotors and a camera.
  • The accessories include 4 pairs of skis, 3 pairs of ski poles, 4 snowboards, 4 cups, 2 cupcakes, a syringe element, a hand plaster, 2 ice axes, binoculars, 2 radios, 2 buckets, a tool / first aid box, one wrench, an axe, a circular saw, a broom, snowshoes, a helmet with ski goggles, a warm hat and a stretcher, as well as signage to assemble and a brick separator.

  • Spin the rotors of the helicopter to glide over the snow park and pretend to film the snowboarders.
  • Place the injured skier on the snowmobile stretcher and bring him back to the rescue station.
  • Use the snowplow of the 4WD truck to clear the way for the snowmobile to clear the station.
  • This cool toy for kids is a great, stand-alone gift!
  • The helicopter is 7 cm high, 20 cm long and 7 cm wide.
  • The snowmobile with trailer is 5 cm high, 18 cm long and 3 cm wide.
  • The 4x4 truck with snow plow is 9 cm high, 14 cm long and 7 cm wide.
  • The stall is 10 cm high, 6 cm wide and 3 cm deep.
  • The snowpark with halfpipe is 12 cm high, 16 cm wide and 12 cm deep.
  • The rescue station is 20 cm high, 19 cm wide and 7 cm deep.
  • The ski shop with screen is 15 cm high, 12 cm wide and 7 cm deep.
  • The rail is 11 cm wide.


Are you impressed with 60203 Ski Resort? Let us know in the comments.

43 comments on this article

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By in United Kingdom,

cool. same colour scheme 60179 Ambulance Helicopter

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By in Finland,

That's actually kinda cool and seems like a perfect addition to the ambulance helicopter from last year

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By in United States,

Ooh, I like this one.

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By in United Kingdom,

I’m really liking these larger city sets. Between this, donut shop opening and capital city, there’s an awful lot to get your city started. Although I must admit the ski resort setting is a bit out there in comparison, at least it’s something new.

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By in United Kingdom,

looks good!!
^ at Profbrick yes it looks good!!
it would be good to get it!!

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By in United Kingdom,

That ski shop looks the best to me out of the set. Nice little shop façade and some of the stuff inside the shop window looks interesting.

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By in United States,

I may have missed it, but is this a one off, or part of a larger ski/snow sports sub theme of City?

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By in Netherlands,

Interesting, but ultimately too crude to interest me. It is as a City set targeted at kids after all, so usually they don’t appeal to me.

Does make wonder what the latest gossip is on the next winter village set. A ski resort would be perfect ;-)

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By in Belgium,

A shield to assemble?

I like the shop!

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By in Canada,

This is beyond fantastic! I'd love to see more Friends-ish sets in realistic colour schemes like this. I'll probably get this to go with my winter village

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By in United States,

For a ski resort, there's a notable lack of skis. I see one fig with them but no ski polls. :P I mean still a neat set but I found that ironic.

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By in United States,

The obvious best part of this set is the resurgence of the broom-armed snowman.

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By in United States,

A comparison between this and the Friends ski resort would be interesting. I might have to add that to my fall to do list.

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By in Hungary,

In the impossible categories of snowmen, it is not that bad.

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By in United States,

@Razzanator234:
I agree. I think that the past few large City sets have been really good, IMO. This set is a little different and won't integrate as well into a city layout/display, but I think it looks awesome! All I can say is thank goodness it's not another Police or Fire Station.

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By in United States,

I think this is great for the target audience.

I think for me as an adult that really utilizes a ski theme in my winter set-up...eh.

The Friends set, allowed for a ski lift and a top of the mountain shop. I supplied the mountain.
This set... I really see it more what you would find at the bottom of the mountain. A shop, ski patrol, plow for the parking lot... but not the resort style feel you would find at a mid-mountain shop, not really a ski slope set-up.

So...both recent ski resort sets I think have tons of play value for kids, but really require a bunch of work to make them usable for adults in a display set.

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By in United States,

That poor broom-impaled snowman.

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By in United Kingdom,

Saw this earlier on Instagram, I really like it such cool features and alot of detail.. might get it.

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By in United States,

This is a city I would enjoy because of the ski ramps. Lego haven't made ramps like this since the sports sets in 2003. And this would be great for a winter village display

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By in United States,

Neat, will be waiting for it to be on sale, though 90 USD for that set is not a bad price. Thank god there is also a helicopter included, not sure what I would do if a helicopter was not in a LEGO set.

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By in United States,

perfect set to ogle during the heat wave here in NJ (US)

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By in United States,

Cooool

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By in Netherlands,

Just another example TLG needs to bring back baseplates!

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By in United States,

It might be a nice addition for my Holiday display. I love the hats with the ear flaps.

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By in United States,

Nice set! I really wish the ski/mountain rescue theme would get split off into its own offiical subtheme; like how Playmobil does. Neat thing to add to City, versus things like Jungle, Space, Volcano Explorers that in all honesty, should be a separate theme. ATVs, mountain rescue units, and the like would be a great addition.

I'm in the process of modifying my 60`179 to look more like 7206; so that a stretcher can be loaded in through the side, and it can hold a medic and equipment as well. Guess I need to pick up another to add to the mountain rescue theme. Now this or the hospital is going to be a hard decision--I'm not really sold on the "lodge" itself and the tiny helicopter seems super-redundant (especially since 60179 matches the livery on the vehicles), so hopefully I can pick up the EMS personnel and their rigs by themselves.

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By in United Kingdom,

I love anything to do with winter so this will make a perfect addition to my collection. On a separate note, it is great to see more city sets with small buildings and infrastructure. Together with the people packs City is moving the right direction. It is going to be a good year.

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By in United States,

@SinKillerNick: This seems to belong to the catch-all/miscellaneous "Town" subtheme, which includes varied building/vehicle assortments, people packs, and advent calendars not tied to other current subthemes:
https://www.lego.com/en-gb/themes/city/town
https://www.lego.com/en-gb/themes/city/products/town

Examples of sets in the Town subtheme include:
https://brickset.com/sets?query=60232-60237
https://brickset.com/sets?query=60200-60204
https://brickset.com/sets?query=60153-60155
https://brickset.com/sets/60169-1
https://brickset.com/sets?query=60132-60134
https://brickset.com/sets?query=60023-60031
https://brickset.com/sets/4206-2
https://brickset.com/sets/4207-1
https://brickset.com/sets/4428-1
https://brickset.com/sets/4429-1

I REALLY wish that Brickset would get around to labeling the City theme using its official subthemes, instead of trying to haphazardly force Town and Great Vehicles sets into unrelated subthemes like Airport, Harbour, etc. I will probably try making this request in the forums again… nothing seems to have gotten done about it the first time I brought it up.

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By in United States,

^^^60204 will likely retire this year, and 60203 will be around until fall 2020 if we go by current methods.

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By in Australia,

Closest we’ve had to the resurrection of the Sports theme.

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By in Serbia,

This is so much worse than the Friends ski resort... no ski slope, no ski lift/gondola? Also, normal dog and not a husky is just weird in a winter-themed set, but that's the least of the problems.

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By in France,

I’ve been to a lot of ski resorts and this doesn’t resemble any of them...

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By in Australia,

You know, if this was this year's Winter Village, I'd be pretty okay with that.

Last year's mountain rescue chopper would fit in here perfectly, and I quite like it.

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By in United States,

Honesty this looks good but I will.stick with Donut Shop Opening and the School bus.

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By in Australia,

I also bought the Friends Ski-Resort for the great ski lift, but those Friends colours! (I now own an unusually large proportion of pastels and pinks and purples now...). Great to see a City themed and coloured ski resort! However, the helicopter seems a bit superfluous as does the 4WD. Instead, would be nice to get a half decent ski slope or a bigger halfpipe like the old Sports/Gravity Games sets! Or a kid's toboggan play zone. Nevertheless, it ticks enough boxes to satisfy!!
(Not likely but dreaming of a separate City ski lift set?!?!)

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By in Latvia,

Cool idea, but I'm sure the interior of the buildings will be bad. Why waste parts on something useless like the helicopter when you can make more interior? I know that good interior is also a lot of playability, sometimes even more than an ok vehicle

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By in Austria,

"Prepare your warm clothes and make the track dangerous"... no wonder there are so many deaths on the slopes each season.

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By in United States,

This will be a nice way to bridge the Lego City to the Artic sets. I'm also impressed that it's split between winter sports and rescue instead of those all too frequent robberies in the lower elevations.

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By in United States,

Looks just like the closest ski resort to my home, a little place a few minutes up a little canyon. Too bad I don't ski!

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By in Germany,

@brimbolet: it's a perfect example of automatic translation of idioms not working.
As soon as a read "make the track dangerous" and that it was from a German shop website I knew without even going there what the German version must have been - and having just checked it indeed is. It says "mach die Piste unsicher", which really translates as "make the ski slope unsafe/dangerous" if you only translate word by word.
The real meaning though is "have fun on the ski slope".

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By in United States,

Is...is that Rorschach from Watchmen in the bottom left corner of the non-box pic?

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By in United States,

Love the truck with the plow, that would be great for my city. I wish LEGO would release more stand-alone vehicles in the City line, like 3177, 4435, 60054, etc.

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By in United States,

Winter Village Expansion Pack?

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By in United States,

Finally! A better ski resort set! I get why people are mad because it does not have a slope/lift, but it will make a perfect addition to my existing MOC ski resort. it is way more realistic (still a little too colorful on the vehicles though), and I am just glad to have a ski resort kit that will be of any use to people who like skiing/snowboarding but are not an 8 year old girl. also, what's up with the helicopter? I have been skiing since I was 6 and haven't ever seen a helicopter fly over...

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