Fun Park "Bobrovy Log"
The logo of the fun park "Bobroviy log" represents a platinum butterfly - a symbol of high technologies. The fun park invites the citizens and guests of the city to spend unforgettable time all over the year.
Krasnoyarsk region is a perfect place for the first Russian ski resort of the world level. The main peculiarity of the fun park is that it is located on the territory of the city, borders the state nature reserve "Stolby" and possesses a highly developed infrastructure.
There are 15 mountain ski routes of different levels, ropeways, parking place for 500 cars, artificial skating rink, the museum of a famous traveler Fyodor Konyuhov named "Navigator", extreme side-shows, a rock climbing sport ground (20 m), a show centre under the open sky "Mirage", modern service centre "Oasis", bars on the tops of the peaks K1 and K2, a watching place for the nature reserve "Stolby", an alley of pavilions and trampolines, children playground "Yunga", a club zone "Excellent" and many other recreation facilities.
The area of the fun park is 80 000 square kilometers. Height change reaches 350 meters, total length of the routes - 10 km.
In 2007 the first snowboard Championship of Russia was held in "Bobroviy log" fun park. Later in May 2007 the Final championship of sportive rock climbing and the rock climbing Championship of Russia were also organized in the fun park. The team of Krasnoyarsk region was presented by the champion of the world and the first Russian rock climbing master of sports Tatyana Ruiga, Olga Bibik and Evgeniy Ovchinnikov.
In 2008 "Bobroviy log" hosted leading mountain skiers of Russia on the Championship of Krasnoyarsk region.
The fun park's school of instructors is working according to the teaching programs and trainings of Austrian ski schools for different levels. The regional youth mountain ski sport school of Olympic reserve is working on the base of "Bobroviy log".
In April 2007 the fun park "Bobroviy log" became the winner of two nominations: "The best Russian mountain ski resort 2007" and "The breakthrough 2007" during the 3rd International mountain skiing congress.