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The Highest Mountain Skiing Track in the Altai Territory will Appear near Belokurikha
4.10.2018 15:37

The highest mountain skiing track in the Altai Territory will be launched near the resort town of Belokurikha in November of this year. The tracks will operate on the Mishina Mountain. Their length makes up 980 meters, the height difference is 225 meters, the width - from 60 to 85 meters. According to experts, these are the highest mountain tracks in the Altai Territory suitable for slalom competitions.

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      Presently a ski lift with a capacity of 720 people per hour is being installed on the territory of the ski resort: the foundation has already been laid, the installation of metal structures is underway.

      The plans include launching the operation of the lift in late November. They promise to create the entire infrastructure needed for recreation (inventory rental, cafe) at the resort until the end of the year. During the next year it is planned to launch artificial snowmaking.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Altai Belokurikha Russian winter   

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