On 29 January - 4 February 2022, Kazan hosts the II Special Olympics Russia Winter Invitational Games.

Sviyaga Alpine Skiing Complex

Hosting: Alpine Skiing, Snowboarding
Date of commission: 2004

The Sviyaga Alpine Skiing Complex is one of the largest ski resorts in midland Russia and enjoys well-deserved popularity among both alpine skiing enthusiasts and professional athletes.

Today, the Sviyaga Alpine Skiing Complex operates throughout the year, offering a wealth of entertainment to all fans of active recreation, both in winter (alpine and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowtubing, skating, winter villages) and in summer (golf, shooting ranges, and more).

The complex has undergone a large-scale overhaul, resulting in a properly equipped year-round resort. The venue constantly hosts large-scale sports competitions in alpine skiing, snowboarding, and golf.


Sport that involves descending a snow-covered slope while standing on a snowboard attached to an athlete's feet, using a special boot set into a mounted bindings
Sport of racing down snow-covered hills on skis with fixed-heel bindings


Savino Village, Verkhneuslonsky District, Republic of Tatarstan


+7 (843) 221-66-11

How to get

The venue is located 35 km away from Kazan. It is accessible by car or bus. Those who come here by car from Kazan will have to leave the city by Gorkovskoye Shosse St. and take M7 Federal Highway. Once you reach the roundabout (before the Zelenodolsky District's border sign), follow the Ulyanovsk direction. Once you cross the bridge over the Volga River, do not continue towards Ulyanovsk. Instead, take another road to Moscow. Once you see the Sviyaga Hills sign, turn right.