Left to Right: Vršič, Planina pod Golico, Vogel, Vintgar, Dusk view at the chalet, Bohinj, Bled

 

 

 

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Skiing

 

There's a small ski lift and two ski runs less than 5 minutes walk from the chalet.  Details and photos can be found on the Jesenice town website or on the Slovenia Tourist Office website.  If you need to hire ski equipment, the main resorts are only a short drive away.

 

The ski lift in the villageKranjska Gora, Vogel, Kobla and Bled ski resorts are each 25-40 minutes by car, where you can hire skis and take lessons.  Skiing in Slovenia is ideally suited to beginners, with plenty of easy runs and excellent well-renowned ski schools.

 

Ski Resort Info

 

There are plenty of cross-country ski areas around Bled.  Zaternik or Pokljuka are the most popular, where you can glide through the forests with views through the trees to the Julian Alps.  The Cross-country Skiing World View of the Alps from the ski run in the villageCup is held between Lake Bohinj and Bohinj Bistrica.

 

Slovenia is also famous for its ski jumping at Planica, where the World Cup is held and Olympic ski jumpers can be seen practicing.  Slovenia probably boasts five of Europe's top ten jumpers!

 

 

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