The Malakhovo Ski Resort has 14 ski slopes of various difficulty levels and a total length of more than 2 kilometers. This sports and entertainment complex is equipped with modern appliances allowing to start the season earlier and end it much later than the calendar says it. Malakhovo Ski Resort is safe for both children and adults: rescue service staff and experienced instructors monitor the environment. A medical bay is located on the premises.
Do you want some thrills, cool photos, and a variety of winter activities? The Malakhovo Ski Resort in Tula Region will give you all this and even more. You don't have to think about what to do in winter, when there is slush and bustle on the streets. All you need to do is bring friends, family or colleagues and vist the ski resort for some adrenaline ride along the 50-meter descent and the thrill of trying tubing.
To use a chairlift, you need to buy a ski pass or some tokens. The prices at the Malakhovo ski resort depend on the type of services and the day of the week. You can look at them on the official website or call us. The main ski resort services are listed below:
The ski resort has two free parking lots, a low-cost catering facility, and friendly staff who are always ready to help.
The Malakhovo ski resort in Tula opened on January 29, 2011. Before that, it used to be a housing and sports complex bearing the same name. The village of Malakhovo has been known since 1587. It was one of the settlements at the Great Zasechnaya cherta and belonged to the landowner family of Khrushchev. The famous Slavophile Aleksey Khomyakov lived near the village in early 19th century. Today, guests of the Malakhovo ski resort in Tula can enjoy the historic potential of these places after some slope activities. Our advice is visiting the Khomyakov Estate Museum at Oktyabrsky village, house 1.
To get to Malakhovo from Moscow, you should drive along the Russian route M2 and turn towards Tula at the 156th kilometer. After the crossroads, look for a sign pointing to the village and turn right at the traffic lights. You can use this address on Google Maps navigator - village of Malakhovo, 1, municipality of Tula - or enter these coordinates: N54.35521, E37.50632. Besides, you can get here both by train from Kaluga and by intercity bus from Moscow.
To order events and receive other details about booking and prices, please call 8 (902) 840-23-33. We are waiting for you to enjoy the Malakhovo slopes!