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2018 Rosa Khutor, Russia

20-27 January, 2018

LocationRosa Khutor, Russia – 40 km from the city of Sochi, location for the 2014 Winter Olympics

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Theme: The world working together to improve safety and enjoyment in the mountains

Hosted by: Russia Rescue & Rosa Khutor

Registration: 

  • Earlybird Registration: 1 May 2017 – 31 October 2017
  • Standard Registration: 1 November 2017 – 18 December 2017

>>> Register Online <<<

>>> Зарегистрироваться на сайте <<<

For detailed instructions on registration and visa procedure please refer to this document:

  2018 Registration Instructions (120.3 KiB, 277 hits)

 

Pricing: 

  • Earlybird Registration: twin share €1150; single room €1350
  • Standard Registration: twin share €1350; single room €1550

Attendees will be able to book additional days at Rosa Khutor prior to and after the Congress €125/night.

AccomodationRosa Springs Hotel (4 star)

Arrival: Saturday 20 January 2018

Departure: Saturday 27 January 2018

Getting there: By air from Moscow to Sochi International Airport (1,369 km – 2hr 10min). A round trip to Sochi on Aeroflot is as low as USD$84. Aeroflot still serves free real meals and wine in economy.

Visas: Visas are required. An invitation letter will be sent to you with your registration confirmation. You will need this with your application for your visa at your local Russian Embassy/Consulate.

For more details on transfers and Visa appliactions please see the Registration Document linked on this page.

About Rosa Khutor: The Rosa Khutor Alpine Resort (Russian: Ро́за Ху́тор) is an alpine ski resort in Krasnodar Krai, Russia, located at the Aibga Ridge of the Western Caucasus along the Roza Khutor plateau near Krasnaya Polyana. Constructed from 2003 to 2011, it hosted the alpine skiing events for the 2014 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, based in nearby Sochi. The resort is 50 kilometers east of the Black Sea at Sochi; the majority of the slopes at Rosa Khutor face northeast, with the backside slopes facing southwest.

  • Nearest city Sochi – 50 km
  • Nearest town Krasnaya Polyana – 10 km
  • Coordinates 43.646°N 40.332°E
  • Vertical 1,380 m (4,528 ft)
  • Top Elevation 2,509 m (Kamenniy Stolb)
  • Base elevation 940 m (3,084 ft)
  • Lift system – 7 gondolas, 10 Chair lifts, 7 T-bars, 4 magic carpets
  • 3 Snow Parks (Burton Stash park + Snow park + mini park).
  • More than 95km of slopes

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  2018 Registration Instructions
» 120.3 KiB - 277 hits - May 18, 2017
Details and notes on the registration & Visa process for Russia, Sochi 2018

  Rosa Khutor Congress Fact Sheet
» 927.4 KiB - 157 hits - April 2, 2017
Update 30 May 2017

News

  1. FIPS 2018 Congress Bookings are now open

    FIPS 2018 Congress Bookings are now open

    Fellow Patrollers Join us at the 2018 FIPS Congress Earlybird bookings for the 21st FIPS Congress to be held at Rosa Khutor, Sochi, Russia on 20-27 January 2018 are now open. It has taken longer than we would have liked but it was important to have the process checked and...

  2. Sochi 2018 Congress Planning Visit

    Sochi 2018 Congress Planning Visit

    To All FIPS Members, I just returned from a trip to Sochi with Jean Louis to finalize plans for our next Congress. To clarify, the town is Sochi—the ski area 40 minutes away is Rosa Khutor. I am happy to report that the mountain, skiing, facilities and people all exceeded...

  3. Dates announced for 21st FIPS Congress – Russia

    Dates announced for 21st FIPS Congress – Russia

    // Post updated March 2017 // The FIPS Executive and the Rosa Khutor organising committee met last week, and have announced the dates for the XXI (21st) FIPS Congress in 2018. Dates: 20-27 January, 2018 Now you might be thinking that Russia is pretty cold in January, but don’t worry, you won’t...

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