Çambaşı Ski Center, projected within the boundaries of the Ordu’s Kabadüz district Çambaşı Plateau, is one of the new destinations of provincial tourism.
The large part of the year, especially in summer, the presence of a geographical area with highland and foreign tourists watching is a great advantage for the ski resort.
Another characteristic of the 1850-meter-high ski resort spreads over an area of lake view and surrounded by spruce trees is the potential for quality snow. At the beginning of the activity started with a babylift in the center of 1250 and 1000 meters in length is planned to be done two sieve. The total runway length of the area with five separate runways is 10 kilometers. The longest runway reaches 3000 meters. The length of Babylift is 300 meters and it allows you to ski 1000 meters. The maximum elevation difference between the ski runs at all levels is 325 meters.
In the center there is a ski resort, a cafeteria and an administration room, as well as three separate hotels serving Çambaşı and Turnalık locations. In the future, ski resorts will be added to the accommodation and restaurant units, which are provided by the Ordu Ski Sports Club. People can rent equipment and benefit from ski training facilities at entry level.
Çambaşı Ski Center is 52 kilometers from Ordu city center. Transportation Ordu – Kabaduz – Yokusdibi – Turning path is provided. Those who want to come from Tokat and Sivas can use Koyulhisar – Mesudiye – Yesilce – Çambaşı route.
In the meantime, Ordu Walking Route Project, which has been passed down to the region, passes through Çambaşı Plateau. The visiters can take part in the marathon filled with adrenaline at the Karaböl summit of 3017 meters, which is located on the border of Giresun with Mesudiye county Kaleköy, Yeşilce and Topçam settlements and Yokuşdibi district. Do not neglect to visit Çambaşı Tea House, famous for its potatoes, wood-fired tea and corn bread.