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Kranjska Gora – GOOD WILL IS THE BEST

Kranjska Gora – GOOD WILL IS THE BEST

The image of  the most famous Slovenian ski resort with the Julian Alps in the background is in the heart of all Slovenian active skiers. Many people have made their first steps on the snow on these ski slopes. Kranjska Gora is a worldwide brand known as the traditional Slovenian winter ski resort, which also offers a lot in the summer season too and is increasingly establishing itself as a congress and incentive destination.

Today, Kranjska Gora builds its image on sustainable natural development as well as on quality year-round tourist facilities.

Kranjska Gora is in the winter season primarily a sports and recreation centre. In the summer season it is more a destination for trekking and  relaxation.

“There is nothing more beautiful in Europe than this,” wrote Sir Humphry Davy about the beauties of the Sava Valley with its waterfalls and lakes.

The most important winter sports centre in Slovenia has among the Slovenian ski resorts the strongest brand, which is known worldwide mainly due to the Cup Vitranc. It has stayed n the company of places like Kitzbuhel, Cortina, Garmisch and Wengen for many years. In recent years, Kranjska Gora successfully defied the green winters and economic hardship of key hoteliers. Slowly and steadily it has also developed a summer tourist offer, which enables the development of congress tourism. Both seasons are now virtually in balance. With the latest changes in the field of hospitality it will surely strengthen its position as an important centre for the implementation of incentive programmes and small conferences. Due to the recognition of the ski jumps in Planica and Vitranc Cup it has a high priority over other rivals in the region.

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Nordic Centre Planica

Updating one of the most beautiful jump centres in the world is in full swing. 100.000 m2 of new space for sports (7 ski jumps with all the accompanying infrastructure)

Tourist Bus Kranjska Gora

The tour bus has a glass roof specially designed to offer passengers a 360-degree panoramic view of the landscape. An integrated GPS system enables them to discover the Upper Sava Valley, its cultural and natural heritage, cuisine and other attractions in Slovene, English, German and Italian. The trail includes more than 10 most attractive sights of the Kranjska Gora tourist destination.

Planica Zipline

Experience the sensations of the Slovenian eagles and the world ski jumping elite with the help of the steepest zipline in the world, and fly over the Planica Large Hill, the biggest ski flying hill in the world. Your flight will be 566m long and you will reach a speed of up to 90km/h in just a few seconds.

Via Ferrata Mojstrana

Above the lovely village of Mojstrana, you will find two attractive secured routes or via ferratas on the slope of the Grančišče hill which offer a new experience in the kingdom of mountains. You can choose between two via ferratas with different categories of difficulty. If you follow the via ferratas, you will reach the summit of the Grančišče hill, offering breath-taking views over the nearby Julian Alps and the Karavanke mountain range.

Adventure Room Mojstrana

Above the lovely village of Mojstrana, you will find two attractive secured routes or via ferratas on the slope of the Grančišče hill which offer a new experience in the kingdom of mountains. You can choose between two via ferratas with different categories of difficulty. If you follow the via ferratas, you will reach the summit of the Grančišče hill, offering breath-taking views over the nearby Julian Alps and the Karavanke mountain range.

Extraordinary natural gifts generate a diverse landscape and provides many opportunities for leisure activities in unspoiled nature and the organisation of events in touch with nature. Most of the area falls within the Triglav National Park, which is under the supervision and protection.

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