Between snow and the sky
Slovenia’s ski centres offer all kinds of fun in the snow. In addition to skiing and snowboarding on well-maintained slopes, you can also relax by enjoying other snow activities, suitable for beginners, families, as well as those seeking daring experiences. And it is the latter that will love to visit one of Slovenia’s snow parks, where various snow structures will get your adrenaline going. Jumps, courses, and half-pipes promise to be an unforgettable experience for all adrenaline junkies.
Snow shenanigans on Rogla
Do something for the adrenaline junkie in you by going on a hunt for crazy adventures on skis or a snowboard at the Fun Park on Rogla. There, you’ll find a half-pipe, a slopestyle course, two big air jumps, and earth-shaped kickers, where you can perform your craziest tricks. If you’ve never been to such a park, but you’re still eager to go, experienced teachers can assist you by teaching you the basics of freestyle skiing and snowboarding and performing tricks on all of the park’s features.
Daring tricks on Krvavec
At the Krvavec Ski Centre, only a few kilometres from the central Slovenian airport and the capital city of Ljubljana, get your adrenaline going in a snow park. With a total length of 800 m, this ski centre provides challenges on six jumps with sizes from 3 to 12 metres, and you can challenge yourselves by performing tricks on 10 other structures as well.
Adrenaline amongst Alpine peaks on Vogel
With a stunning view of the Julian Alps and the wild Lake Bohinj, Vogel itself is a fairy tale. Those who seek even more daring adventures can write their favourite fairy tale right here. A visit to the snow park with jumps of various sizes, rails, and boxes will fill you with adrenaline and a feeling of freedom between the sky and the snow.
Great ski-cross slopes at Kope
Are you tired of skiing on the usual ski slopes and tempted to try something more daring? Enjoy the adrenaline rush through various obstacles on the Kope ski-cross slope. Situated on the Pungart ski slope, the ski-cross slope is 600 meters long and 9 meters wide. Four skiers or boarders can push off from four starting gates at the same time.