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  • Date: 13 February 2013 Author: BulgariaSki, February 13, 2013

    DC Big Spin snowboard will be held in Snow Park Borosport in Borovets.

    Snow Park Borosport will host DC Big Spin snowboard competition. Participants will compete with degrees spin. The award for the best racer is 1000 BGN. Additional award will be a snowboard DC for the... more

  • Date: 11 February 2013 Author: BulgariaSki, 11 February 2013

    Weather conditions and snow cover report from Bansko, Borovets, Pamporovo and Chepelare.

    The weather in the mountains will be mainly sunny. The wind is moderate, but meteorologists expect it to get stronger later during the day. The temperature at the Todorka peak is -8 degrees, -3 at Snezhanka with light snowing. The... more

  • Date: 31 January 2013 Author: BulgariaSki Team, Jan 31, 2013

    Tips when choosing the right ski/ snowboards clothes.

    If you are planning a ski holiday this winter, do make sure that you have appropriate clothes, that will keep you both warm and dry. It is essential to be comfortable in your clothes to take full advantage of your ski holiday. Avoid to be either... more

  • Date: 14 December 2012 Author: BulgariaSki Team, Dec 14, 2012

    Tomorrow, December 15, Borovets, Pamporovo and Bansko will announce the official opening of the winter season with celebrations and festivals.

    For the first time the start of the new ski season will be announced in three of the major ski resorts in Bulgaria. Tomorrow, December 15, Borovets, Pamporovo and Bansko will celebrate the official opening of the winter season with... more

  • Date: 10 December 2012 Author: BulgariaSki Team, Dec 10, 2012

    Latest snow forecast and snow cover report for Bansko, Borovets and Pamprovo in Bulgaria.

    Meteorologists forecast a moderate fall of snow at the highest parts of Bansko ski centre, heaviest on Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures will be well below freezing (max -6°C on Tue morning, min -19°C on Wednesday night).... more

  • The ski season 2012-2013 in Bulgaria will be opened with an unique urban festival

    The Bulgarian ski federation will open the new ski season with an unique festival “Ski and snowboard in the city”, which will start on December 7, 01.00 PM and will last until December 09 in 03.00 PM. The leading ski centres in... more

  • The snow cover at the highest parts of the mountains in Bulgaria is over 13 cm. It is still snowing across the country and temperatures are expected to drop during the next days.

    The snow cover at the highest parts of the mountains in Bulgaria is over 13 cm. It is still snowing across the country and temperatures are expected to drop during the next days. The snow cover at Todorka and Platoto ski are in Bansko is... more

  • Date: 01 December 2012 Author: BulgariaSki Team, Dec 01, 2012

    Borovets is reporting 5cm new snow forecast in the next 48 hours. Bansko expects a light covering of new snow, mostly falling on Monday night.

    Meteorogists expect a cold spell after December 03. Temperatures will lower and rainfalls are expected. The rain will soon transform in snow in most parts of the country. During the second half of the month the weather will become unstable, often... more

  • Date: 21 November 2012 Author: information by http://novinar.bg, Nov 18, 2012

    The Bulgarian ski resorts offer the best value for money quality service in Europe.

     The Bulgarian ski resorts offer the best value for money quality service in Europe. This was announced by the head of the European consumer centres - Ignat Arsenov, who commented a research of the infrastructure of ski resorts... more

  • The official opening of the new ski season 2012 2013 in all Bulgarian mountain resorts is scheduled on December 15th.

    The new ski season 2012 – 2013 in all Bulgarian mountain resorts gets underway on December 15th. Bansko, Borovets... more