There are several dozens fully maintained ski centers stretched out across the corner of the Alps that extends into Slovenia. Each in its own way offers (Skiing) a full dose of winter enjoyment. Artificial snow machines ensure fun in the snow even during milder winters. The main advantage of Slovenia’s ski centers is that almost all of them feature direct access to and from the lowlands. This easy access and the proximity of urban centers are enhanced by modern cable lift facilities. And the features that distinguish almost all of Slovenia’s ski centers are their small size and diverse terrain.

Skiing Resorts

Skiing in Slovenia

All the ski resorts in Slovenia are suitable for families, offering plenty of beginner and intermediate runs, and very competitively priced ski lessons, in a friendly relaxed atmosphere. The major ski resort in Slovenia is Kranjska Gora, sitting on the Italian and Austrian borders, in the gorgeous alpine Zgornjesavska Valley. The host of the Alpine Skiing World Championships, Kranjska Gora is home to some fantastic challenging competitive runs, however, the majority of the slopes are gentle and wide, with the 30km of pistes offering something for everyone.

 

 

Bled is famous for its stunning lake with a picturesque church on an island in the center. Its ski slopes face the lake and offer breathtaking views. The lift pass for Bled also covers the nearby resorts of Kobla, Vogel, and Straza hugely increasing the amount of ski area and all offering excellent English speaking tuition.  For those looking for a slightly more challenging terrain, not far from the Austrian and Italian borders lies the majestic resort of Kranjska Gora.  Skiers and snowboarders alike both have the adrenaline rushing opportunity of taking on the World Cup Slalom run.

Slovenia has fifteen ski resorts, which are spread in its northern region, that is the northern part of Notranjska Kraska, Gorenjska, and Primorska. Kanin-Bovec in Triglav National Park is a famous ski resort located in this region.

The Ski Resorts of Slovenia

  • Bled
  • Bohinj
  • Bovec
  • Celje
  • Cerkno
  • Dobovec / Kum
  • Jezersko
  • Kalik
  • Kobla
  • Kope
  • Kranjska Gora
  • Krvavec
  • Lokve
  • Mariborsko Pohorje
  • Mozirje
  • Peca
  • Ravne Na Koroskem
  • Rog Crmošnjice
  • Rogla
  • Soriska Planina
  • Src Marela
  • Stari Vrh
  • Trzic
  • Velika Planina (Kamnik)
  • Vogel
  • Zatrnik

Cerkno Skiing Centre (1291 m) 50 km from Ljubljana is also recommended for families with children because the ski courses are all easy or medium level and are well connected with the network of ski lifts. Children’s play area welcomes the little ones

The best thing about the Slovenia ski resorts is that most of them have extended illuminated ski slopes around the corner and this enables for ‘anytime’ skiing in the neighborhood. However, only a few resorts come with artificial snowy slopes that are exciting too. Demanding arrangements and quality service are catered in each resort, making the guests feel comfortable. Each resort offers an array of entertainment and thermal water swimming pool to add refreshment to the active days. Equipment rental is available at all resorts.