All-Season Tourist Center to Be Built on Mount Argidzhek

All-Season Tourist Center to Be Built on Mount Argidzhek


The press service of the Yenisei Siberia Development Corporation has announced the "Argidzhek Mountain Adventures" project, which involves the creation of an all-season tourist center on Mount Argidzhek in the Mansky District of the Krasnoyarsk Territory. It is planned to be built by 2029.

Mount Argidzhek is located 200 km from Krasnoyarsk and is one of the highest points in the region. Its height is 1,523 meters above sea level. The slopes of Argidzhek are well-suited for mountaineering, freeriding and skiing.

As part of the project, it is planned to build tourist accommodation, organize recreation areas, catering and equipment rental points, equip ski slopes, lifts, bicycle and hiking trails. The tourist center will have everything you need for a comfortable and safe stay.

The project initiators plan to conduct ecological master classes and implement educational programs. It is expected that the tourist center will become a place of attraction for young and middle-aged people, experienced skiers and lovers of active mountain recreation.

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