During 2013 Bansko become the fastest growing tourist destination in Bulgaria.
Bansko is situated at the foot of the Pirin Mountains (UNESCO World Heritage since 1983), which offers a beautiful backdrop to this traditional and culturally rich town.
The resort is located approximately 160km from the countries’ capital Sofia.
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Ski Lifts in Bansko
In the Bansko ski area there are 23 lifts, of which seven chair, 6 lifts and ten baby drags. There is a walkway Carousel, new children trains and kindergarten.
27 Km of modern lifts. Each of which hold a large capacity, and are fast and comfortable to transport tourists from the beginning of each track to their destination.
Bansko Ski Tracks
Bansko ski 2015 provides conditions for many sports besides Alpine skiing: biathlon shooting, cross country skiing, snowboarding. The ski area has 17 marked trails with a total length of 65 km and 4 ski roads with a length of over 9 km. The location allows many combinations as you pass through different difficulty and slope areas.
Extreme Skiing in Bansko
In the region of the plateau of Mount Todorka is a fun park area for extreme skiers and snowboarders. The only half-pipe facility of its kind in the country facility is located near the top of the gondola. Access to the gondola and other facilities in the area is carried out electronically.
Ski Pass Prices in Bansko
In the table below you can check the prices in euros for lift ski passes for Bansko 2015.
Bansko Live Web Cams
There are 6 live web cams located on key points in Bansko; Banderishka Poliana, Shiligarnika, the tail of the Platoto ski slopes and on the highest point of the resort, just under the Todorka peak.To see the live web cams please click the link http://banskoblog.com/web-cam/
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