Norus Mountain Ski Centre
The Norus ski resort is owned by the Kyrgyz presidential administration. In 2001, it was then the first resort to renovate the infrastructure, such as a pretty restaurant-terrace which then burned down. Since then, the Kyrgyz government has hardly invested in infrastructure maintenance. The resort appears to be derelict but is officially open year round.
The resort is equipped with 2 ski-lifts: the first is short and is located at the bottom of the slope, for beginners; the 2nd which leads to the top of the track was poorly constructed and often breaks down. On the other hand, the main slope is very interesting to ski. This mountain is also a good place for ski touring.
Mounty ski school
The main objective of ski training at school is to teach children to learn different ways of skiing.
To master the technique of moving on skis - skiing moves, descents, ascents, braking, turns.
Develop interest in skiing (playing games on skis).
Promote healthier students (spending time in the fresh air - tempering).
The ski resort has an open-air ice rink. It is also an opportunity to do so in the evening after a day of skiing.
The information provided by the avalanche bulletin serves as a basis for the user’s own evaluation. It does not replace an autonomous assessment of the situation in each given locality.
- Avalanche danger rating
- Unstable situation indications
- Recent avalanche activity
- Altitude range
- Snow type
- Bulletin date
We make every effort to keep this information up to date during the winter and to update it as often as possible.
- Pistes total
- 3.0 km
- Surface lifts
- Phone number
Prices and services are regularly updated, they are presented for information only.