Rosa Khutor Alpine Centre

Part of a resort in the Northern Caucasus region, the alpine skiing venue features slopes designed by world-renowned ski architect and 1972 Olympic downhill champion Bernhard Russi.

Capacity: 7500

The total length of the competition tracks is 20km. The name Rosa Khutor comes from the geographical name of the area covering approximately 1820 hectares of the Aibga Ridge above the Mzymta River. The alpine resort was already a major alpine skiing centre in the Caucasus region.

Test Event

  • FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup (February 11-18, 2012)
    • Ben Thomsen won silver in downhill

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