: Performance of high strength concrete and ordinary concrete under alternating action of mixed erosion and freeze-thaw cycling were compared. The erosion solution was mixed by weight of 3% sodium chloride and 5% sodium sulfate. Results showed that, after 200 freeze-thaw cycles, the effect of surface scaling of ordinary concrete was more significant than that of high strength concrete, and the mass loss rate of ordinary concrete was much higher; The relative dynamic modulus of elasticity of high strength concrete slightly increased by 2.99%, while that of ordinary concrete decreased more than 13%. Compressive strength and elastic modulus of high strength and ordinary concrete behaved almost in the same way in the first 50 freeze-thaw cycles, with the increase of freeze-thaw cycles in the following test, the compressive strength and elastic modulus of ordinary concrete showed larger reductions than these of high strength concrete. As the freeze-thaw cycles increased, the corresponding strain to the peak stress of high strength concrete decreased, but it increased for ordinary concrete.