The main part of the new Veduchi ski area will be ready by the end of the year

The main part of the new Veduchi ski area will be ready by the end of the year

Source: https://кавказ .RF/
The press service of Kavkaz.The Russian Federation" reported that active work is currently underway at the all-season Veduchi resort to build the second stage of the resort. Nine of the fifteen new ski trails are planned to be laid by the end of the year. To meet the deadline, work on the construction site is carried out in three shifts.

The total length of the new trails will be 14 km. Concrete work is also underway on the site to lay the foundations of stations and cable car supports, including a four-kilometer one that will connect the two slopes of the resort.

Veduchi Resort was built in the Chechen Republic in 2018. Currently, four cable cars and ski trails are being built at the resort. By 2025, 14 km will be available for skiing, equipped with a modern artificial snowmaking system.
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