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How much snow does Sochi get annually? What mountain will host ski competitions? We've got all that info ... and more!
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SNOW

Snow falls between December 5 and March 8, with the heaviest amounts typically seen between January and late February.

Courtesy: Weather Spark

Courtesy: Weather Spark

SOCHI OLYMPIC STADIUM, FISHT

Courtesy: Google Maps

Courtesy: Google Maps

The drive from the Sochi Olympic Stadium to the slopes is about bout 52 km or 54 minutes by car.

Krasnaya Polyana will be the main mountain used in competitions. This area is an urban centre about 600 m above sea level on the banks of the Mzymta River. It is surrounded to the south by Mount Aibga which is 2380 m high and to the northeast by the Mount Tchougouch (3238 m).

Krasnaya Polyana is located 60 km from the centre of Sochi and 40 km from the airport linked by express railway. The airport is located at the mount of the Mzymta.

The population of Sochi is about 5,000 people.

Thumbnail image courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons


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