On the right bank of the Khor River in the village of Gvasyugi The ethno-cultural center “Sun” with an open-air ethnographic museum is interesting in the Lazo district. Performances of the national ensemble are arranged in the center. In 2007, the Anyui National Park was created in the Nanai region along the Anyui River.. It occupies an area of more than 429,000 hectares, which has a great biodiversity. About 500 plant species and more than 300 animal species have been identified here. The park is covered with thickets of elfin cedar, mountain tundra and fir-spruce forests. Of the animals in the park, there are brown bear, red deer, wild boar, elk, roe deer, musk deer, squirrel, hare, American mink, sable, weasel, otter and raccoon dog, as well as rare species – the Amur tiger, Himalayan bear, red wolf and Amur forest cat. Of the birds, there are mallard, goldeneye, teal-whistle, killer whale, pintail, large merganser, hazel grouse, stone capercaillie and more than 20 species listed as rare and endangered, among which are the black kite, black grouse, broadmouth, white-tailed eagle, golden eagle, black crane, needle-nosed owl. In the area of the mouth of the Anyui River, you can meet the Far Eastern tortoise. The rivers and lakes of the park are inhabited by chum salmon, pink salmon, carp, lenok, taimen, Amur grayling, Amur ide and catfish. In addition, the Udege and Nanais conduct traditional nature management in the Anyuisky National Park.
3 km from the regional center of the Nanai district – the village of Troitskoye – there is a national Nanai village with a workshop of folk art crafts. Komsomolsk-on-Amur is located 356 km northeast of Khabarovsk on the left bank of the Amur River. This is the second largest and most important city in the Khabarovsk Territory. It was founded in 1860 by peasant settlers. The city stretches along the Amur River for 30 km. The most beautiful place in Komsomolsk-on-Amur is the waterfront. It has a memorial stone in honor of the builders of the city. On the embankment there is also the building of the River Station – the largest on the Amur River. In the industrial area of the city – Leninsky district – there is an extensive city park – a great place for walking.
Be sure to visit the local history museum. Several collections are presented here – ethnographic with products made of birch bark, wood, bone, metal and fabric, archaeological, covering the history of the region from the Mesolithic to the Middle Ages, natural history collection, collections of herbariums, taxidermic sculptures and soil, collections of works of art and posters, photographic, negative and documentary funds and a collection of documents about the construction of the city in the 1930s. Also in Komsomolsk-on-Amur there is a museum of fine arts. Today, works of art from the Soviet period, works by masters of the near abroad, traditional art of the indigenous peoples of the Amur region, works by artists of the Far East region and works by Korean, Japanese and Chinese masters are exhibited here.
According to HOMETHODOLOGY.COM, there are several places for skiing in the city. These are the Amurstal ski slope in the Central District, the slope on the Polygon hill in the Leninsky District, the Bolshevik ski base and the tracks of the Noble Hill. Ski resort “Shargol” is located
32 km from Komsomolsk-on-Amur. The complex offers a ski run more than 1 km long with a height difference of about 200 m, an extreme skiing track, a halfpipe, a tubing track, cross-country skiing tracks and an ice rink. The trails are serviced by a towing cable car. Not far from the complex there is a holiday home of the same name.
There are also opportunities for skiing in the Solnechny district, which is located near Komsomolsk-on-Amur. Not far from the village of Solnechny there is a ski resort “Holdomi” – one of the largest and most comfortable in the Far East region. The season here runs from November to May. Vacationers are offered three ski slopes with a length of 250 to 1850 m and a snowboard track with artificial obstacles and a natural chute. The slopes are served by two ski lifts and one double chair lift. On the territory of the complex there is a skating rink, a shooting range, equipment rental, parking lots and several cafes. For accommodation there are 4 residential cottages with a capacity of up to 140 people. 10 km north-west of the village of Gorny, in the spurs of the Miao-Chan ridge, at an altitude of 1000 m above sea level, there is a ski resort “Amut”, named after the nearby lake Amut. There are several ski slopes with a height difference of up to 70 m, cross-country skiing trails, a snowboarding trail and a tubing trail. On the territory of the complex there are two hotels and 6 cottages, a cafe, an equipment rental point, and a parking lot.