Time to ski!


Almost a week after the official opening of the season, finally, it’s time to ski! As of today, ski slope number 8 “Ulen” is opened! To get there, you need to take the gondola to Banderishka polyana, then the 6-seated Kolarski lift. The snow on slope is artificial as there is lack of natural snow at the moment. The trace is groomed. Slope number 1 Kolarski is not opened yet according to the resort managment. However skiing down in the part from Shiligarnika to Banderishka polyana is possible.

resort map

Here is a map of the resort


Ulen slope is a red one. If you are a total beginner, it’s recommended to go there under instructor supervision.  Our ski instructors are available and will be glad to take you through the difficult parts of the slope. The temperatures are around 0°C and at every moment possible the canons are producing more artificial snow. We are looking forward to more slopes to open and we will keep you updated for any news! Hopefully, January will be even better time to ski!

Photo by No Limit Adventure School

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I've been born by the sea, but since I moved to Bansko, I fell in love with the mountains and the beauty of winter! I'm working for Traventuria for 5 years now and they've been the most amazing time in my life! I love skiing, meeting new people, and I am always happy to infect with emotions about the love of travel. It's a pleasure for me to share with you on this blog what's new and how to save money on ski packages and ski experiences but get the most of your time in Bansko and Borovets. I'll be happy to read your comments under my articles so we can share ideas about what's more to be said for the biggest Bulgarian winter resorts!

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