is Siberia's most developed downhill skiing resort - situated in the Gornaia Shoria region of the Altai mountain range.
A holiday resort specialising in Bigfoot sightings is to open in the Sheregesh ski resort on Shoria Mountain in Kemerovo, Siberia.
Igor Idimeshev, deputy head of the local administration in Sheregesh, is involved in the creation of the park.
Igor Idimeshev, 48, deputy head of Sheregesh's local council in Siberia, insisted that he has seen the creature - dismissed by most scientists as legend - several times, the Daily Mail reported.
The planned Yeti Park in Sheregesh, including a hotel and a museum, is intended to bring in tourists keen to be the first to prove the existence of the yeti.
Odyx, although based in Sweden, owns and operates ski lifts at the Russian ski resort Sheregesh
and is currently also in the process of acquiring a hotel near Sotji.
Deputy head of the Sheregesh
administration Igor Idimeshev told the Voice of Russia that they will organise a Yeti-park with a museum where natural proofs of Big Foot's existence will be exhibited such as trees arch-woven by Yeti, and lots of other things, News.com.au reported.