Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Neom’s Trojena to Become World’s First ‘Vertical’ Ski Village

Trojena, a revolutionary project in Saudi Arabia’s massive Neom city, is making waves with its innovative vertical ski village. Neom, a $1.5 trillion development in the Tabuk region, is an ambitious project that will be 33 times larger than New York City. The German studio LAVA has designed Trojena, which promises to offer a unique skiing experience unlike anywhere else in the world.

Trojena will make this a reality, with 36 kilometers of snow-covered terrain for year-round skiing. The project aims to host the 2029 Asian Winter Games and the 2030 Winter Olympics, putting Saudi Arabia on the map as a winter sports destination.

Trojena will feature state-of-the-art snowmaking facilities and six distinct districts, including residences, hotels, resorts, and retail outlets. This futuristic ski resort will redefine the region’s ski tourism industry and offer a unique experience for visitors from around the world.

The project is expected to be completed by 2026, and it’s shaping up to be a game-changer for Saudi Arabia’s tourism industry. With its innovative design and world-class amenities, Trojena is poised to become a must-visit destination for ski enthusiasts and travelers alike.

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