Bozdağ Ski Center, which was abandoned to its fate for 2 years due to avalanches and neglect in the Ödemiş district of İzmir, was put out to tender for 29 years by the General Directorate of Forestry, to which it was transferred after the closure of İzmir Special Provincial Administration. bidding annually 115 thousand liras It was reported that an undisclosed operator from Aydın's Kuşadası District, which submitted the bid, won.
Bozdağ Ski Resorts, which was built in 1994 with the aim of becoming the Uludağ of the Aegean Region in winter tourism, near the Ödemiş district of İzmir, was operated by the Special Provincial Administration or tenant companies until 2013. In 2013, when the runways and chairlift were damaged as a result of avalanche, they were closed. The facilities remained closed because the necessary 1 million TL allowance for the repair could not be found. After the closure of Special Provincial Administrations in 2014, the facility was transferred to the General Directorate of Forestry. The General Directorate of Forestry opened a tender to lease the facility for 29 years. 5 bids were received for the tender held on 4 June last year in Bayındır Forestry Management Directorate. Two entrepreneurs failed to meet the qualification criteria. The highest offer for the rental of the facility, whose approximate cost is 110 thousand TL per year. Yakup Kadri First It came from a participant named However, the tender was canceled because the cable car and ski facilities were not rented together.
An operator from Kuşadası won the bid for 19, which is the new bid in October. No explanation was given as to who the operator was involved in, and how many people were bidding.
The result of the tender will be finalized after the approval of the Regional Directorate of Forestry. Bozdağ Ski Facilities, which are owned by the General Directorate of Forestry and located within the borders of Ödemiş District of İzmir, include a hotel and cafeteria building, a closed area of 3 thousand 53 square meters, a two-storey building, a teleski and a chair lift.