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Alternative Skiing

The major ski resorts of Bansko, Borovets and Pamporovo might have a rather nervous season this year what with global credit issues and the realisation that skiing in other long established European ski resorts is well priced. It may be that the main Bulgarian resorts price themselves out of the market for local traffic.

An alternative for those wishing to take their family skiing but who do not want to visit the bank for a second mortgage to afford it, is to ski at one of the several local resorts that exist around the country but which are little known.


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Uzana, Maliovitsa, Belmeken and Jundola would be some of the names that spring to mind where a basic ski infrastructure exists and where Monaco prices do not. Such places are not only inexpensive they are more than adequate for those learning to ski. After all, sitting on your bottom in wet powder is the same anywhere! So why pay more for the privilege?

A 15 leva ski pass for those wishing to learn to ski is a better prospect than paying over 50 leva. It may well be that this ski season sees something of a renaissance of local ski resorts who in turn may find a nice niche market for themselves on which to build, though hopefully not into a "Banskpampovets".

Mark Thomas, HRG Worldwide, Bulgaria

Established travel agents with extensive local Bulgarian knowledge