Berkovitsa Balkan project

Berkovitsa Balkan project

Berkovitsa Balkan project a good opportunity for sport and tourism *with the kind cooperation of Berkovitsa municipal The highest peak in Berkovitsa Mountain Kom /2016/, offers the best conditions for alpine skiing in the western part of Stara Planina. The region has good prerequisites for development of a mountain, climatic and tourism resort of local and national significance. %RIMG2The sport tourism area is situated in the Berkovitsa part of Stara Planina, over 900 meters and up to 1940 meters above the sea level. Its natural development spreads along the region from Kom peak to Berkovitsa and Barzaya village. The relief is various and is positioned to the north and north east, with an average inclination of 10 and 50%. The snow cover lasts at least 4 months. The now existing piste is 800 meters and is serviced by two ski drags. %LIMG4The project plans the construction of 6 cable cars. Seat lift 1 and seat lift 3 will connect the highest parts of Middle and Small Kom. Seat lift 2 will connect the two directions of the zone and will service the applying ski slopes. Seat lift 4 will connect Shtarkovitsa peak with Barzeya village. The last two will be used, if bad meteorological conditions do not allow the use of the previous two. Berkovitsa will also be connected by a cable car 6 (cabin lift) with Kom Peak. The ski slopes in the region will offer entertainment for skiers of different difficulty! Ski zone I Kom for intermediate and advanced skiers from Middle Kom peak to the lower station of the seat lift 1. The slope will be blue. Ski zone II Small Kom for intermediate and advanced skiers, it will reach the middle station of seat lift 2. Ski zone III - Funiyata (the funnel) for beginners, and will start from the Kom Chalet to reach the middle station of the seat lift 2. Ski zone IV - Miteriza for advanced skiers Ski zone V Kom Chalet for intermediate and advanced skiers. Each one of the zones will be serviced by lifts and will offer a well maintained ski slope. The ski zone will offer 9400 meters lifts with a capacity of 1045 people per hour. The total length of the slopes will be 13 kilometers. The inclination of the slopes will be between 130m and 780 m. The average inclination of the slopes will be from 16% to 35%. Slopes for snowboard, training roll ban, shooting ground and biathlon track will be constructed. A helicopter ground will be constructed in the Shtrakovitsa region. The now existing hotels in Berkovitsa and ski centre com will be reconstructed and additional hotel accommodation will be build to service up to 5000 guests of the resort. One fifth of the capacity of sport tourism complex Berkovitsa Balkan will be for year round use. Numerous eco trails, and tracks for mountain biking, together with the suitable conditions for delta and Para gliding are very attractive for mountain tourism during the summer. Extreme downhill can be organized on the ski slopes during the summer.