Veduchi is a ski resort located in the Veduchi Mountains in the Chechen Republic of Russia. It is a relatively new resort, having opened in 2017, but it has quickly become one of the most popular ski resorts in the Caucasus Mountains.
The resort has a total of 12 kilometers of pistes, with a variety of difficulty levels to suit all skiers and snowboarders. There are also two snow parks, one for beginners and one for more experienced skiers.
The snow conditions at Veduchi are excellent, thanks to the high altitude of the resort (1,280 to 1,476 meters). The snow usually falls from November to April, and the resort has a snowmaking system to ensure that the slopes are open even when there is no natural snow.
The world’s longest dry snow slope is located at Veduchi Ski Resort. It is 1,130 meters long and was built in 2019. The slope is made of a synthetic material called Neveplast, which is designed to mimic the feel and performance of real snow.
The dry snow slope at Veduchi Ski Resort is a great option for skiers and snowboarders who want to enjoy the sport year-round. It is also a popular spot for training, as the consistent conditions allow skiers and snowboarders to improve their skills.
In addition to skiing and snowboarding, Veduchi also offers a variety of other winter activities, such as snowshoeing, ice skating, and sleigh rides. There are also a number of hotels and chalets located in the resort, so you can easily stay overnight and make the most of your winter vacation.
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