There are over 70 kilometers of piste marked area, a multitude of techno alpine snow cannons cover the slopes to top up the snow and improve the ski season. Bansko offers runs and tracks for all types of skiers and snowboards and will suit beginners, experienced and experts. For the expert skiers and boarders a vast amount of off piste area is begging to be explored, though we would always recommend taking a guide and the appropriate equipment. The fun park is equipped with boxes, rails and kickers with varying levels of difficulty. Competitions are often held in the snow park, including the Burton Pro-Amateur event.
Advanced abilities can enjoy the black & red runs with difficult sections and the extremely steep Tomba race track. The slopes range of red and blue runs are perfect for the intermediate and family skiers wishing to cruise around the mountain whilst enjoying the exercise and fresh air. Bansko welcomes beginners and has two areas dedicated to learners. At the top of the gondola the massive learner area has two gentle rope pulls and a button drag lift complete with children’s play area and cresh. The second beginner slope is in the Chalin Valog area and also has its own dedicated button drag lift.
Bansko is the supreme Bulgarian resort with an interesting contrast between the beautiful nature of the Pirin Mountains and the atmosphere of a magnificent old town. During recent years a multi-million Euro investment has been made into the skiing area to expand and improve the slopes and lift systems.
The atmosphere of an ancient Bulgarian town from the 10th century combines with its natural beauty and outdoor opportunities. Situated in the foothills of one of the country's most beautiful mountains, Bansko is known as an alpine skiing, hiking, biking and climbing centre. The alpine character of the Pirin Mountains creates excellent skiing conditions for all types of skiers and experts can enjoy some of the country's best off-piste and downhill skiing.