*The status of the trails can be clarified by phone: +7 913 693 22 73, +7 913 692 26 01.
For a more comfortable skiing, the tracks are covered with snow and compacted by snowmobiles, in order to ensure the safety of the guests of the complex, the tracks are fenced.
|Four-seater chair lift||10:00 - 17:30 (For sightseeing rides the last landing - at 16:30)|
|Surface lift||10:00 - 17:30 including|
|Tubing||10:00 - 17:30 including*|
|Chair lift name||Length, m||
|Length of trails, m||Slope||Throughput, person/h|
Four-seater chair lift
(Skiing from the central station)
|Name||10.01.2017 - 31.03.2017|
|Weekday (mon-fri)||Weekend (fri-sun),
|Chairlift (1 ride)||70 rub.||90 rub.|
|T-bar lift (1 ride)||40 rub.||50 rub.|
|Ski-pass for 1 hour||250 rub.||300 rub.|
|Ski-pass for 1 day||700 rub.||800 rub.|
|Ski-pass for 1 day (for resort guests)||350 rub.||400 rub.|
|Sightseeing ride (adult)||300 rub.|
|Sightseeing ride (children 6-12)||200 rub.|
Children under 6 years - free of charge (An ID confirming the age must be presented).
The children's rate for the excursion ride is valid for children from 6 to 12 years only upon presentation of an ID confirming the age.
No refund is made for unused time on 1 hour or 1 day ski passes. 1 hour and 1 day passes, as well as tickets for sightseeing rides are valid only on the day of purchase.
For a refund of unused one-time and sightseeing rides, it is necessary to present the receipt, as well as the pass itself.
The administration of the ski resort "Manzherok" kindly asks you to carefully plan the number of rides and use them efficiently.
By purchasing passes for charilift services, one-time and excursion rides, you confirm that you have read the terms and conditions for the provision of tariffs for the charilift services of the ski resort "Manzherok", as well as the rules of conduct on cable cars and slopes.
|Сard service||50 rub.|
The PAS card does not have an expiration date and may be reused. The card maintenance fee includes its issuance, activation, personalisation, service at the box office, by phone, technical support. The card can be used to collect bonuses, discounts for the services of the hotel.
The maintenance fee is charged once, when the card is activated. The card is not subject to replacement or return. Keep the card for your future visits to the ski resort "Manzherok"!
Manzherók (southern altaic Ман-журек — watch hill or foggy hill) — A village in the territory of the Manzherok rural settlement of the Mayminsky municipal district of the Altai Republic of Russia. It is located on the bank of the Katun River, 34 km from the village of Maimy, 470 km from the Chuysky tract.
It was founded in 1856 by peasants-settlers. Local Altai-nomads, looking at Russians who lived settled, began to settle in the village. There were mixed marriages. By 1875, Manzherok became a major settlement.
In the same year, the Maymine trader Efim Chendekov built a church, giving her his name. On October 15, on Efimov's day, he came to the village, on this occasion a moleben served. By the 1890s, there were 35 households in Manzherok, of which 7 belonged to indigenous Russians.
Before the revolution, the main occupation of the inhabitants was cattle breeding. A few were engaged in agriculture: they sowed oats, millet, buckwheat and planted potatoes. Manzherok citizens burned charcoal, lime, smoked tar, tar, chopped wood and fused it in Katun, traded with steppe villages. In 1932 a recreation center was built for workers of the regional committee and the regional executive committee. In 1941, the premises of the base were occupied by a children's camp. In 1963 a pioneer camp was built for them in the name of V.I. Lenin.
In 1966, singer Edita Pieha sang a song called "Manzherok" ("Tell me, my friend, what is Manzherok? .."), dedicated to the festival of Soviet-Mongolian friendship that was held under the village. The song has become very popular.