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Kanin - Bovec - Kanin - Sella Nevea

Tolmin, Slovenia

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Kanin ski resort is accessed directly from within Bovec in Slovenia or Sella Nevea in Italy. The resort is Slovenia’s highest with a top altitude of 2292m, on the Italian side of the mountain the altitude range is high as skiers can drop into Sella Nevea at an altitude of 1140m or on the Slovenian side skiers can drop to a Gondola way point with an altitude of 1649m.

The number of runs and lifts in the area is limited and resort is classified as small. The Pistepro data sheet refers to combined number of lifts and pistes on both the Italian and Slovenian sides of the mountain. Although limited in runs the snow conditions found here are generally good as the resort is quite high. Another positive is that the resort is rarely crowded and although some lifts could be updated the queue times are good.

Bovec is an established resort with a range of bars and restaurants and cost effective accommodation. Another draw is the location, on a good day, skiers can get views of the Adriatic and the Alps.

This is a great and unique place to ski for a few days, with plenty of off-piste to entertain intermediates which expands the limited groomed piste terrain.

Size: Small

30km

Resort Altitude: Low

460m

Ski Range

2292m
1140m

Pistes Available

24

28131

Lifts

12

5 drags
5 chairs
2 cabins
Opens 01.12.2020 to 30.04.2021

Available Activities

SkiBoardHikingCross CountryNordic

Transfer Information

Ljubljana

113km

Av. Transfer time

2hr

Venice

176km

Av. Transfer time

2.5hr

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Kanin ski resort is accessed directly from within Bovec in Slovenia or Sella Nevea in Italy. The resort is Slovenia’s highest with a top altitude of 2292m, on the Italian side of the mountain the altitude range is high as skiers can drop into Sella Nevea at an altitude of 1140m or on the Slovenian side skiers can drop to a Gondola way point with an altitude of 1649m.

The number of runs and lifts in the area is limited and resort is classified as small. The Pistepro data sheet refers to combined number of lifts and pistes on both the Italian and Slovenian sides of the mountain. Although limited in runs the snow conditions found here are generally good as the resort is quite high. Another positive is that the resort is rarely crowded and although some lifts could be updated the queue times are good.

Bovec is an established resort with a range of bars and restaurants and cost effective accommodation. Another draw is the location, on a good day, skiers can get views of the Adriatic and the Alps.

This is a great and unique place to ski for a few days, with plenty of off-piste to entertain intermediates which expands the limited groomed piste terrain.