Winter tourism in the Middle Black Sea

📩 24/11/2018 14:06

Winter tourism will come alive in the Middle Black Sea with a ski facility: The Çambaşı Ski Facility Project, which was started in 2012 in Ordu, is expected to contribute to the winter tourism of the region when it is completed.

It has been reported that the works for the completion of the facilities under construction in Çambaşı Plateau, which is about 2 thousand altitude in Kabadüz district, are continuing at full speed. The facility, which has a tender price of 27 million 789 thousand liras and was built under the auspices of Ordu Metropolitan Municipality, is aimed to be completed this year.

Speaking to Anadolu Agency (AA), Ordu Ski Club President Fevzi Turan stated that they are looking forward to the completion of the Çambaşı Ski Facility Project and that the project will contribute to the winter tourism of the region.

Find ski resort Army stated that crucial done Turan, "Çambaşı, both on behalf of skiing in Turkey will be an important ski centers in the name of tourism," he said.

Stating that the facility was established on a very good location, Turan said that Çambaşı Plateau can receive snowfall from both east and west.

Explaining that the vacationers are following the project with enthusiasm and waiting for the project to be completed, Turan said, “This project is very important for the ski community and Ordu. We thank those who contributed to its production ”.

Drawing attention to the fact that the facility region will be the most important tourism center in 3-4 years with its restaurants, guesthouses and accommodation areas, Turan added that the region will become a center of attraction with the completion of the Ordu-Giresun Airport Project.
650 is being built on acres of land

Crash Ski Resort is being built on 650 acres of land. There will be 8 building and 2 chair lift mechanical line in the chalet architecture. Approximately 5 thousand meters long 35 meter wide track will be created for skiing. The facility will also be equipped with an 750 square meter ice rink that can serve in summer.