Veduchi Ski Resort in Chechnya Plans to Welcome 240,000 Tourists by 2030
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Veduchi Ski Resort in Chechnya Plans to Welcome 240,000 Tourists by 2030

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05-31-2024
 
Source: https://www.economy.gov.ru/

The press service of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation has reported that by 2030 the Veduchi ski resort plans to welcome 240,000 tourists. This will be facilitated by the construction of new tourist facilities.

Thus, in the 2024/2025 season, it is planned to commission four passenger cable cars and an artificial snowmaking system. In addition, tourist routes with good observation characteristics are being developed. This year, it is also planned to include another object - a snowcat garage - in the plan.

In the first quarter of this year, the Veduchi resort was visited by about a thousand people. The message emphasizes that the development of tourism in the Chechen Republic is one of the priority areas.

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