Ski Centres and Piste Maps

Vogel

Mt Vogel (1922m) is the first mountain barrier above the Adriatic Sea, so more snow tends to falls here than anywhere else of similar altitude in the Alps. It is a high mountain setting and there are extraordinary panoramas over the surrounding area. The resort lies in Triglav National Park above Lake Bohinj, giving Vogel a special attraction. There are well-groomed trails suitable for all abilities. In good conditions there is excellent off-piste skiing.

Kobla

Kobla provides 23km of low altitude skiing at Bohinjska Bistrica in the north-west corner of Slovenia, NW of Ljubljana. Kobla is mainly a beginner to intermediate level resort with pistes on wooded slopes. There are 6 lifts at Kobla and extensive snow making. The longest piste is 6km and falls by a respectable 940m. Kobla is the only Slovenian ski resort accessable directly by train. In early 2012 Kobla has plans to extend its skiing area and snow making. The chairlifts are to be updated.

Soriska Planina

 Soriska Planina (Soriška Planina) is a small resort with 8km of slopes that offer good tree-skiing and riding,and challenging fast runs for better skiers and boarders, it also has the ideal enviroment for beginers and good learner slopes The Soriska Planina Ski Centre (Soriška planina Ski Centre) is located on the upper part of Mount Selška planina, above the village of Sorica

Krvavec

Krvavec is an impressive, mainly intermediate ski resort near Kranj and Ljubljana with between 1,450m and 1,971m of altitude, from three distinct summits. During the ski season, the snow at Krvavec is guaranteed for 100 days. The skiing extends across 106 hectares, 56 hectares of which has been converted into ski-slopes with a combined length of around 35 km. On 90% of the ski-slopes and on the cross-country ski-course at Krvavec, natural snow is backed up by artificial snow if needed

Kranjska Gora

 

Kranjska Gora is a narrow valley situated between the Julian Alps and the Karavanke, in the, utmost, northwestern part of Slovenia, close to our borders with both Austria and Italy. There are 30km of, mostly, intermediate slopes serviced by 23 lifts. There is 800m – 1,623m of altitude at Kranjska Gora. Beginners and recreational skiers will enjoy the slopes and trails in Kranjska Gora, Mojstrana, Gozd Martuljek, and Planina pod Golico, while the Podkoren trail is more demanding. The best skiers in the world compete annually on this run for the Vitranc Trophy in World Cup men’s giant slalom and slalom races.