Slovenian Tourist Board
Slovenia is the only country in Europe that combines the Alps, the Mediterranean, the Pannonian Plain and the Karst.
Highly accessible slopes and family friendly resorts that are value for money.
Slovenia is quickly becoming the new winter sport destination thanks to its affordable prices, easy accessibility from resorts to cities, impeccably maintained slopes and stunning landscape. In addition to world class ski and snowboard facilities, visitors can also try paragliding, air boarding, climbing iced waterfalls, snow rafting, hikes, Nordic walking, cross country and biathlon skiing tracks.
Key winter sports destinations include Kranjska Gora Ski Resort, Vogel Ski Resort, and Kravavec Ski resort. The recently renovated Planica Nordic Centre. The new facilities cover 100,000 sqm of sports terrain, home to the world’s longest ski flying hill, which stands at a massive 225m.The star attraction for visitors is the world’s steepest zipline, a 566m long adventure that allows adrenaline seekers to reach speeds of 90km/h!
Slovenia’s resorts are so well maintained that it is the country of choice for international winter sports competitions, including the Ski Jumping World Cup, the men’s Vitranc Ski World Cup, the women’s Golden Fox World Cup and the Biathalon World Cup. Slovenia has built a reputation for being an international powerhouse for winter sports athletes, including Ski Flying World Champion Peter Prevc and double gold Olympic Ski Champion Tina Maze.