Billionaire builds 19-slope ski resort in Chechnya

Construction of the Veduchi ski resort — the first major project in the mountainous part of Chechnya — has begun. The resort is expected to generate interest in Chechnya as a tourist destination.

The Veduchi resort will be built at the Itum-Kalinsky District of Chechnya in two years by Russian businessman Ruslan Baysarov. The resort will give jobs for 2,000 people. 

The hotel complex will have 400 standard, suite and presidential rooms. Elevators will be built for visitors directly to the hotel. Most of them will be at the Donedukh Ridge. There will be 19 skiing routes totaling 46 km in length. The highest point of the complex will be at an altitude of 3500 meters. The resort complex will include 20 mountain chalets designed as Scandinavian village houses. The center will have a large SPA-complex. Baysarov said that they are negotiating SPA business with a well-known company. The resort will operate all year round.
 

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