Ski resorts in Russia with early snow – where you can already fly

Snow enveloped almost the whole of Russia, which means it’s time to think about a vacation in the ski resorts. Some Russian slopes already with might and main take tourists. It remains only to choose which mountain to conquer. Jetradar will tell you when spots begin to work, how much ski passes, airline tickets, and hotels cost.

Ski resorts in Krasnaya Polyana, Sochi

Ski resorts in Krasnaya Polyana

Rosa Khutor When does it start work? The preliminary date for the start of the Catalan season is December 16. How much does a ski pass cost? From 2,350 rubles for a full day of riding an adult. Gazprom When does it start work? The exact date has not yet been announced. Last year, the season opened on December 26th. How much does a ski pass cost? From 1,100 rubles for a full day of riding an adult. Gorki City When does it start work? The exact date has not yet been announced. Test skating will open from December 1 to December 15How much does a ski pass cost? From 1,500 rubles for a full day of riding an adult. How to find the cheapest flights? A flight from Moscow in both directions will cost from 3 455 rubles. But if you go to the calendar of low prices, you may find tickets even cheaper. What are the prices for accommodation? Hotels cost from 1,300 rubles per double room per night, and a hostel – from 800 rubles.

Ski resort Sheregesh, Kemerovo region

When does work begin? The official opening of the 2016-2017 season took place on November 18. How much does a ski pass cost? From 1,200 rubles for a full day of riding an adult. How to find the cheapest flights? You can get to Sheregesh from Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Barnaul, and Gorno-Altaysk. More options at a bargain price can be found from Moscow to Novosibirsk. For example, from 6,660 rubles in both directions. But it will not be superfluous to look at the low price calendar. What are the prices for accommodation? A night in a guest house will be from 1,000 rubles per night, in a hostel – from 1,400 rubles.

Skiing in the Caucasus

Skiing in the Caucasus

Dombay When does it start work? The exact date has not yet been announced. Last year, the tracks opened in December. How much does a ski pass cost? From 1,600 rubles for a full day of riding an adult. Elbrus When does it start work? The opening of slopes in November, that is, now you can ski or snowboard. How much does a ski pass cost? From 1,200 rubles for a full day of riding an adult. How to find the cheapest flights? It will be cheaper to get to Mineralnye Vody airport. Tickets from Moscow to the Minvody cost from 3,788 rubles. What are the prices for accommodation? From 2,000 rubles for a double room in a hotel or from 1,400 rubles for a bed in a hostel.

Ski resorts of the Urals

Ski resorts
Ski resorts

Abzakovo When does it start work? The opening of the tracks took place on October 21. How much does a ski pass cost? From 1,000 rubles for a full day of riding an adult. What are the prices for accommodation? From 1,000 rubles for a double room in a hotel. Bath When does it start work? The opening of the tracks took place on October 29. How much does a ski pass cost? From 2,000 rubles for a full day of riding an adult. What are the prices for accommodation? From 1,300 rubles for a double room in a hotel. How to find the cheapest flights? Closer to get to Abzakovo from Magnitogorsk airport, but cheaper from Ufa. Tickets from Moscow to Ufa cost from 5 670 rubles.

Ski resort Sviyaga in Kazan

When does work begin? The opening of the tracks took place on November 18. How much does a ski pass cost? From 700 rubles for 10 passes through the turnstile. How to find the cheapest flights? Tickets are easy to find from 3,500 rubles from Moscow in both directions. What are the prices for accommodation? From 700 rubles for a double room in the Kazan hotel. So, now you can ride in Sheregesh, in the Elbrus region, in the Urals, and in Kazan. And in early December, one of the spots in Krasnaya Polyana will start working. For more information on skiing spots in the world, check out our ski encyclopedia.

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