Chepelare and Pamporovo are winter resorts located in the Rhodope mountain, Bulgaria. Pamporovo is at 1,650 m, below the Snezhanka peak. Almost all ski slopes start from that peak. Fans of nighttime skiing can use the night ski slope section provided with lighting. Both novices and extreme skiing fans can find auspicious conditions for skiing and snowboarding there. Chepelare is not far from Pamporovo, with the length of slopes amounting to 20 km in total. Both snowboarders and skiers could have a lot of fun there. The skiing center is at the end of the town of Chepelare and has a chairlift which skiers and snowboarders can use. Artificial snow facilities are also available in the both winter resorts in Bulgaria.
For fans of skiing and snowboarding, Bansko, huddled in the folds in the Pirin mountain in southwest Bulgaria, is already high on the list. It’s located 150 km away from Sofia, with a total length of slopes amounting to 75 km, and the longest slope being 16 km long. Bansko has hosted World Cup skiing competitions. The winter season is busy for skiers, and for snowboarders too. Artificial snow facilities in Bansko are at the ready to complement the snow cover where needed. The Tomba slope is a favorites for experienced skiers, and the gondola lift takes tourists to the upper point over Bansko, the Bunderitsa locality. Bansko ski resort is famous with its crazy night life, a lot of bars, clubs and restaurants with local cuisine.
The Balkan Mountain also has its skiing and snowboarding resorts. Uzana, near Gabrovo, at 1,220 m, has several slopes which are especially good for novices. At Kom-Berkovitsa, in the western part, the slope is 1.5 km long and offers a ski lift and a children’s lift.
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