Completion of Çambaşı Ski Facility is Targeted: Çambaşı Ski Facility Project, whose construction started in 2012 in Ordu, is aimed to be completed within this year.
Mayor of Ordu Metropolitan Municipality, Enver Yılmaz, made examinations with the Mayor of Kabadüz Yener Kaya at Çambaşı Ski Resort.
About 2 thousand altitude Çambaşı Plateau ongoing construction of facilities with the relevant authorities received information from Yilmaz, "the Black Sea in the Army Metropolitan Municipality our site will be the largest facility of our project, it will take place in Turkey in the first five ski resort." said. Pointing out that the ski facility built within the borders of Çambaşı Plateau in the district of Kabadüz is trying to be completed quickly, Yılmaz said that the tender price of the Çambaşı Ski Facility, which is 5 million 27 thousand liras, is aimed to be completed this year.
About the facility built on the land of 650 acres Yilmaz, said:
“Inside the Ski Center Complex, there are 8 buildings and 2 chair lift mechanical lines in chalet architecture. About 5 thousand meters long and 35 meters wide course will be created for skiing. The facility also has an ice rink in an area of 750 square meters that can serve in the summer. After the completion of this huge facility of 1 million 27 thousand liras, Ordu will jump in tourism. The Çambaşı Our facility will be one of Turkey's top 789 ski resort. When the Çambaşı Ski Facility and Ordu Çambaşı road are completed, our region will be the attraction center of tourists. ”
“Çambaşı Ski Resort will be the vision project of Ordu. We will open our ski facility, which will now be in our metropolitan municipality, this year. This project will be the closest ski resort in Turkey sea. We, insha'Allah, will take a great distance in tourism with these facilities. With its restaurants, guest house and accommodation areas, this place will be the most important tourism center in 3-4 years. I see this project as our most prestigious project after the airport. Insha Allah, this is the Black Sea, will be a facility that will serve Turkey.