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Ski Season In Sochi Is Breaking Records
19.04.2017 16:15
Ski Season In Sochi Is Breaking Records

This ski season in Sochi has become the most snowy in the past 10 years, the press service of the administration of the resort city said. The interlocutor of the agency noted that due to favorable weather conditions, the current ski season was breaking records.

      "The ski season at the resort "Gorki Gorod" in Sochi will last until May 20," the spokesman said.  According to him, at the moment in the mountains of Sochi, snow cover on the tracks is  1.5 - 4 meters, which makes it comfortable to ski up to a mark of 960 meters above the sea level. "In spring months, except for the opportunity to ski in the mountains, another attractive bonus will be the prices for ski passes, which are reduced by 50%," the agency interlocutor assured. He also said that the season at the resort "Rosa Khutor" ends on April 23.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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