World Snow Day Organisers Expand
Rosa Khutor set to be in the top 50 largest ski resorts
Opening this winter, the new Alpica ski area at Krasnaja Poljana will join the list of the 50 largest ski resorts in the world. The resort linked to World Snow Day Organisers and Sochi 2014 Olympic resort, Rosa Khutor has combined area of 129km of skiable terrain.

“The increased size takes it from outside the top 100 to 48th position worldwide on piste length,” said Chris Schrahe of PisteLength.com, a business which accurately measures and certifies the size of ski areas and publishes and annual report comparing ski area sizes.

“With regard to vertical transport capacity by the lifts it climbed from 98th to 28th,” he added.

Following the 2014 Sochi Olympics Rosa Khutor has made a concerted effort to expand interest in snow sports in Russia. As part of this plan the resort has held five editions of World Snow Day which each year attract a large amount families and children.



Patrick Thorne, also known as the Snow Hunter, is an industry expert in all technical developments in snow sports. In addition to his work Patrick is also father and knows the importance and fun of kids on snow.
www.thesnowhunter.com




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