The first stage of the reconstruction of the largest ski resort in Khakassia will be carried out by 2025
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The first stage of the reconstruction of the largest ski resort in Khakassia will be carried out by 2025

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09-21-2022
 

Rostourism announced in its telegram channel that by 2025 the first stage of reconstruction of the largest ski resort Gladenkaya will be carried out in Khakassia. The amount of investments in the first stage of the project will exceed 9 billion rubles.

“It is planned to renovate the hotel fund and catering facilities, build a premium chalet, glam park, hotel and cottages, as well as build new ski slopes, including a specialized track for children,” the department noted.

Thus, according to Rostourism, the national tourist route "Siberian Holidays", which involves visiting this resort, will also become better.


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