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Unique Park Appeared in Omsk
13.03.2012 13:43
Unique Park Appeared in Omsk
An extreme park with a reversible winch system for snowboarders opened in Omsk

In the beginning of March, a unique recreation park was opened in Omsk. Its main feature is a reversible winch system, which allow snowboarders to work on their skills and certain tricks all the year round.

      This is the first such device in Siberia. The winch consists of two supports with a rope between them, on which the carriage moves. A snowboarder holds this carriage, while he is speeding up.

      SnoWaterPark is located in the village of Solnechny, on the shore of the lake. Although SnoWaterPark was opened at the end of the winter season, the administration has big plans for the future.

      The winch can be also used by wakeboarders, whose technic is similar to the one in snowboarding, so all lovers of outdoor activities can come and train here in summer.

      Source: travel.ru. Image courtesy: www.superomsk.ru.

       


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Omsk Russian parks extreme sports activity holidays 

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