|Review provided by a previous Chaletfinder advertiser.
|Bansko is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site with
remarkable medieval architecture combined with the
beautiful nature it makes a great holiday destination!
|Bansko has the best snow record and the longest ski
season in Bulgaria (1st Dec - mid April).
It has 75k of pistes and a fun park for both skiers
and boarders sporting jumps and rails (not for the
The ski slopes are groomed every night and snow
cannons keep a fresh guaranteed layer of snow on
the pistes throughout the season.
Brand new fast Doppelmayr lifts installed throughout
the resort (imported from Austria).
New runs and new chair lifts have been added in the
winter of 2010/11 reducing queues by half!
The highest peak is 2900m with 'a ton of off piste' to
explore amongst many tall pine trees reminiscent of
There are also a great number of ski runs to suit
both beginners and experts with a final run into town
providing a gentle ski home at the end of the day.
There are a number of beginner slopes with 'magic
carpet' style lifts and basic drags to get the
1 week Ski Pass is around £135
1 day Gondola Pass for those that don't plan on
skiing but still want to go up the mountain = £7
Equipment & Rentals
Salomon Skis, Boots, Poles = £65 per week
Salomon/Burton Snowboard, Boots, Bindings = £65
Private Lesson= £40 per 2 hour lesson
Group Lesson (priced per person)= £25 per 2 hour
Advanced Off-Piste/Park/Carving Lesson= £75 per 2
Performance/ Freestyle/Race weekly courses
Food Up The Mountain
Beer on Mountain = £2
Beer in Town = 85p
Pizza Slice = £1.50
BBQ and salad = £5
Mulled Wine = £2.50
|2011 = S:KILL PUMP PARK BANSKO OPEN
An awesome addition to the town includes a
Northshore Mourntain bike park with huge jumps
which opened in Aug2011
Bansko to Sofia (Bulgaria) is 2 hrs 5 mins