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The First Cable Car will Start Operating in Sheregesh Ski Resort (Sector B)
31.10.2018 00:37
The First Cable Car will Start Operating in Sheregesh Ski Resort (Sector B)
(Source: http://chiptrip.dyndns.org/sheregesh-novosibirsk)

The first and so far the only cable car Mustag 4 in the developing sector B of the Sheregesh ski resort will start operating in the new season.

      The facility was built and commissioned by the Kaskad group of companies. The length of the road is 1.8 km, the carrying capacity is 2 thousand people per hour.

      Kaskad group built and put into operation the Olympia-Express cable car in sector "A".  Its length is 1.76 km, the capacity is also about 2 thousand people per hour.

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      Sheregesh ski resort includes 24 ski slopes (about 45 km), 18 lifts,  64 hotels, 62 cafes and restaurants, and 3 entertainment centers. Last season (2017-2018), Sheregesh received about 1 million tourists.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Sheregesh Russian winter    

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