Poles & Powder: Arkhyz Resort

from 1,295.00 $

Available January 11 through March 31 = 6 days/6 nights

Pricing Structure

$1,620/person for 3-6 passengers
$1,460/person for 7-14 passengers (10% off)
$1,295/person for 15+ passengers (20% off)

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  • Holiday Type
    Snow Skiing/Boarding
  • Activity Level Moderate
    2/8
Poles & Powder: Arkhyz Resort

* Breakfast is included in all hotels. Estimate an average of $10/meal for lunch and dinner. Including travel days, this should be approximately $150 per person for additional food on this trip.

* Tips are expected for servers, guides and drivers. Guides usually receive approximately $10 per day. Drivers and servers according to the quality of service provided.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is not included in this tour package:Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

Not Included:

RU Visa & Processing – $430/tourist (3-year, multi-entry)

Travel Insurance – $30/tourist ($3/day)

Airfare – $1,200

Not Included Total – $1,660

15+ Pax. Tour Cost – $1,295

Estimated Total Cost – $2,955

  1. Night 1 Afternoon arrival (fly into Mineralnye Vody airport, transfer to Arkhyz accommodations)

    Moscow is the gateway city for passengers entering Russia.  From any of Moscow’s airports you can find connections to your destination airport – Mineral Waters (MRV).  You will transfer from MRV to Arkhyz ski resort and ski-in/ski-out accommodations.

  2. Day 1 Explore Arkhyz ski village, rent equipment (Arkhyz accommodations)

    After sleeping off your jet lag, you’ll casually spend your first day at Arkhyz familiarizing yourself with the resort.  Rent your snow ski or snowboard equipment for the three full days of on-mountain fun, and then get a grasp on culture by meeting some of the locals.

  3. Day 2 Full-day skiing in Arkhyz (Arkhyz accommodations)

    Enjoy the long runs and majority green and blue-graded trails that dominate Arkhyz slopes.  You’ll notice that the slopes are well positioned to receive sun much of the day, so don’t worry about losing valuable daylight if enrolling in ski school the first morning.

  4. Day 3 Full-day skiing in Arkhyz (Arkhyz accommodations)

    Didn’t get to try all of the trails you wanted to on your first day?  No worries – you’ve still got lots of hours of skiing ahead of you.  Couldn’t find your groove yesterday?  You’ve still got time for more lessons.  If you’re groovin’ already, try blues and blacks.

  5. Day 4 Full-day skiing in Arkhyz (Arkhyz accommodations)

    Last day on the slopes, so make it a good one.  If you’ve identified the best trails for you, then stick to what you know.  If you’re still searching for the perfect run, then certainly a lift is waiting to take you to undisturbed powder you’re yet to discover.

  6. Day 5 Sight-see Alan Empire ruins, cultural exchange (Karachayevsk accommodations)

    Now off the slopes you’re ready to see the region from the observatory – including ruins from the Alan Empire (was Arkhyz its capital?). Afterward you’ll enjoy a meal in a local’s home in Karachaievsk before making your way to Kislovodsk for accommodations.

  7. Day 6 See Kislovodsk & Pyatigorsk city centers, evening departure (fly out of Mineralnye Vody airport)

    Taking in Kislovodsk’s and Pyatagorsk’s city centers will scratch your shopping itch before leaving.  But souvenirs aren’t all you take away from those historic locations after you hear the locals wax eloquent. Next – Mineral Waters airport for evening departure.