Description of Bansko Ski Runs
Bansk Ski Tracks
Enjoy all of the seventy kilometers of ideally arranged and professionally groomed ski runs. The distribution of difficulty scale is: thirty percent for beginners, forty-five percent for advanced, and thirty-five percent for expert. The greatest elevation track spot is 2,560 meters, and the lowest is at 1,000 meters above see level. There is a combo track with the longest downhill distance is a sixteen kilometer race. All of the ski runs have snow cannons covering them, which gives assurance that enough snow will cover them from December to May.
Track Name Difficulty Served By
1. Bansko Easy Gondola lift
Description: Тhis track gets you off the hill and home. It’s a very exciting seven kilometer distant downhill-trip that goes down to Bansko from the core of the mountain. The track is good for skiers of both beginner and advanced skills, and the edges are perfect. You’ll learn why the first delightful pub at the bottom of the trip is known as HAPPY END.
2. Bunderitsa Easy 4-sear chair lift
Description: commencing 2,560 meters above sea level, this run gives you a wonderful combo opportunity. You select which of the other runs you want to go on: will it be a gentle and calming ride, or one that’s really a challenge to your skills. You can select from Todorka (No 4), Balkaniada (No 6) and Tomba (No 9).
3. Plato 1 Easy Tow lift
Description: This is а vivid, pleasant run with an incredible view of the mountain peaks surrounding the area. The track is vibrant, not very long and ideal for a number of forceful races. You can remain on Plato 1 the entire day long or take pleasure in a combo with Shiligarnika 1 and 2, which give you with a long and enjoyable downhill race. Be sure to remember your sunscreen if you plan to remain on Plato 1 for the entire day.
4. Balkaniada Medium 3-seat chair-lift
Description: A magnificent run that will pull out the best from all skiers and/or snowboarders. You can have plenty of fun racing down the slope. A lot of competitions have been set up on this run; so, do you dare to challenge one of the professionals?
5. Shiligarnik Easy 4-seat chair-lift
Description: This is a wildly varied run; both beginners and advanced skiers will find it appropriate. You go under a number chair-lifts as you zip down the slope; so your fantastic talent won’t go unnoticed by others. You can also combine it with the 10 and 12 tracks; so each race will be different and exiting.
6. Todorka Medium 3-seat chair-lift
Description: this is an offset of Balkaniada (track 4). There are two different sections to it: an easy run, the lower section, and a medium run, which is the upper area. The easy part is called “Kolarski put”, a lot of beginners take their initial steps on their skis or a snowboard there, so cut them some slack. Our suggestions: have a drink once an hour or so at one of the cafés that sit around Shiligarnika; it’ll improve your performance.
7. Stara Pista Medium tow lift
Description: This run has a fascinating profile that shaped like a staircase. You can take pleasure in rapid, dynamic runs that have an excellent load. The end of Stara pista has straight access to a ski road that takes you toward Banderishka polyana
8. Yulen Medium tow lift
Description: This run is rather short and vibrant. It gives advanced skiers a severe downhill thrill, and beginners get a valuable test. If you bypass your brake point, you’ll probably find yourself in any of the delightful cafés situated around Shiligarnika; so you’ll have no worries.
9. Tomba Difficult 4-seat chair-lift
Description: This run will take your breath away! Be wary of this run, however – the slope is 73%. If you’re a beginner, the recommendation is that you to try this slope after you spend a few days on other runs learning to fine-tune your skiing abilities. For people who know all about hill racing, this run has a slide bursting with excitement and plenty of thrills. Remember, being confident is fine, but stay mindful; don’t take risks with your safety and that of others near you. Use the speed from the lower part of the run to get to the pubs in the area of Banderishka polyana; after taking this run, you’ll need a drink and some time to recharge.
10. Shiligarnik 2 Easy 4-seat chair-lift
Description: very much like run 5, this course is a vivid and very pleasant run. You can combine it lots of combos, and it’s not likely that you’ll repeat any of them during the day.
11. Plato 2 Medium tow-lift
Description: This run is to parallel Plato 1. It’s dazzling, relaxed, it affords you an incredible scenic view of the alpine scenery, and it’s only a little more difficult than Plato 1. You’re very near the sun on this slope, so remember to bring your sunscreen.
12. Strajite Medium 4-seat chair-lift
Description: You zip down this run only in combination with run 10. Thus you’ll get another distant and fun combo with an extremely intense finale on run 12. Prepare yourself for the final part.
15. Chalin Valog 1 Medium 4-seat chair-lift
Description: this is a twin to run Chalin valog 2, and it goes just a bit farther. This run provides you with plenty if chances for medium long, passionate races down the hill. It’s just a bit harder than the adjacent run. Access can be had via the interim gondola lift station that runs over the length of Chalin valog 2; thus there’ll be an adequate number of people watching and cheering every fine presentation down the track. The area is also completely serviced by snow cannons.
16. Chalin Valog 2 Medium 4-seat chair-lift
Description: quite a pleasant, medium long run situated handily right above Bansko. The run is appropriate for both beginners and experts. To reach it, you’ll need to ride the Gondola lift and get off at the intermediate station. This run is completely serviced by snow cannons, so you don’t have to worry about enough coverage, even during the warmer times of the season in the late winter/early spring period.