World's longest dry ski slope opens in Russia
The 2019 season with Neveplast ends with a bang.
Since the 27 December at Veduchi, a small ski resort in the northern Caucasus region, one can ski on the longest ski slope made of artificial material in the world.
The slope is more than a kilometer long, exactly 1.130 meters.
With a world record length, the previous longest slope made of artificial material was opened in Kagura, Japan in 2016 and measured 1.100 m.
The Neveplast slope is a part of a larger urban and tourism redevelopment project that has seen investment in Veduchi and in other ski resorts in the northern Caucasus region.
The goal of the Russian clients is to seasonally focus on a more competitive offer in terms of services, activities and infrastructures.