The Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the Republic of Azerbaijan is responsible for an ambitious tourism development programme. The creation of the Shahdag Mountain Resort is the largest project in this programme offering all year round mountain activities and world-class quality and service.
Just 25km from downtown Kusar, Shahdag’s Mountain resort can be found in one of the most beautiful regions of Azerbaijan.
Visitors will be able to choose from a variety of accommodation distributed throughout the complex ranging from luxury hotels, individual chalets and cottages through to camping (in the summer).
During the winter season there will be 19 ski slopes available for skiers of all levels. A professional ski school and a ski hire shop will offer a wide range of ski equipment and advice to cater for guests every need.
A brand new ski station equipped with the very latest snow machine technology will ensure that perfect snow conditions will be provided throughout the season.
Other winter activities available will include, snow mobiling, horse riding, snow sliding, tubing and a snow park for children.
In the warmer summer months the mountain will come alive with activities such as Mountain Biking, Trontinettes, Zip lining, Horse riding, Quad biking, Paintballing and Bob Karts to name but a few. Younger children will also be catered for with a children’s club and bouncy castle as well as other activities.
As the project develops there are plans to include a Golf course, Tennis courts, Football pitches and Basketball courts as well as an Aqua park, swimming pools, Spa and entertainment areas. The resort’s main Plaza will provide a number of boutiques and restaurants and contain extensive underground parking facilities.
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