Leonid Tyagachev Ski Club

The oldest ski resort in the Moscow region is located on the highest point of the Klinsko-Dmitrovskaya mountain range. Back in the 60s of the last century, a sports school for children and youth of the Olympic reserve was built here. It was on these slopes where many famous Russian skiers began their sports careers. And today the club is a traditional training base for the Russian national alpine skiing and snowboarding teams.

On the territory of 95 hectares there are 9 ski slopes, an illuminated cross-country ski run, and a tubing track. There are one chairlifts and five drag lifts. The slopes are open from November to March, but if the winter happens to be warm, snow cannons come into play, there are nine of them here. The total length of the slopes is five and a half kilometers, the height difference varies from 42 to 76 meters. You can relax in the club not only in the winter – there are also a lot of people and fun by summer. There is an outdoor swimming pool, go-karting, horseback riding, bike rental and much more.