The Stari Vrh Ski Resort

The Stari Vrh ski resort is the main winter sports tourist centre in the Škofja Loka hills. It offers a variety of ski pistes as well as activities for non-skiers. The Snow Park boasts a toboggan run, a bobsleigh track for tubing, a small ski jumping ramp and various outdoor play equipment for children. Lovers of hiking can explore the numerous hiking trails that lead to the surrounding hilltops, villages and tourist farms, where there is the opportunity to witness the area's rich cultural, ethnological and natural heritage.

The ski area extends across an area 55 hectares and boasts 12 kilometres of excellently maintained ski pistes at altitudes ranging from 580m to 1217m. The variety of pistes ensures there is something for skiers of all levels – from beginners to intermediate and experienced skiers, as well as being suitable for all generations of skiers, from the youngest to the young-at-heart.

The Stari Vrh ski resort offers skiing on four kilometres of easy and six kilometres of intermediate pistes, whilst a two kilometre piste is available for experienced skiers.

The Soriška Planina Tourist Centre and Ski Resort

The Soriška Planina tourist centre and ski resort is situated at an elevation ranging from 1287m to 1550m above sea-level and covers a total area of 25 hectares.  In addition to the ski pistes there is a 5 kilometre cross-country ski track, a toboggan run and a snow park. There are three drag lifts and a double chairlift which provide access to the slalom, giant slalom and downhill ski pistes. The difficulty levels of the pistes make them most suited to recreational skiers and families with children. The total length of the pistes is seven kilometres; a one kilometre advanced slope, four kilometres of intermediate slopes and a two kilometre easy slope.


The Rudno Ski Piste

Thie length of the piste is 300m, it is entirely illuminated for night skiing, and has facilities to ensure artificial snow cover across the whole surface area. The ski piste is ideal for those who are just beginning to learn to ski, as well as for recreational skiers. Twice a week on the illuminated piste skiers can test themselves in measured time trial skiing between the slalom and giant slalom gates. In addition to skiing there are facilities for cross-country skiing and a toboggan run (when natural conditions allow).

Mišouh Toboggan Run

The toboggan run is 2.5 kilometres in length, sledging is possible by day and by night and it is also suitable for children. In the evening the track is illuminated, partly by torches, with each person taking part also receiving a head lamp. The toboggan run is well-arranged and maintained and exposed areas are protected with wooden fencing or snow banks.