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Ski Slovenia - Krvavec resort guide



  •  Dusk view from Zvoh - the peak of Krvavec
  • Snow covers the roof of Hotel Raj
  • Views south stretch as far as the Croatian border
  • View up to Zvoh
  • Excellent off piste conditions after heavy snowfall
  • The Kriška Planina area of Krvavec
  • View from Krvavec to the Julian Alps
  • View of Krvavec ski slopes
  • Krvavec with the peaks of the Kamnik Alps in the distance
  • The top of Zvoh on a freezing day
  • The long lift up to Zvoh
  • Ski touring route from Kriška Planina to Vrh Krvavca
  • View over the Ljubljana valley from half way up Krvavec mountain
  • Summer residents of Krvavec!
  • Krvavec ski resort!
  • Panoramic view from Krvavec ski resort!
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Without doubt Krvavec is one of Slovenia’s best resorts. Its immediacy to Ljubljana airport makes it the closest ski resort to an international airport in the world. Reached by gondola from the valley floor, Krvavec has a range of slopes to suit all abilities. Artifical snow-making and a top altitude of just less than 2000m allow for a very good snow record and a season that usually runs from mid-December to late April. Continual improvement to lift and resort infrastructure has meant reduced queuing times over recent years. Skiing Krvavec is an extremely enjoyable experience, with beautiful views of the Julian Alps and across the hills south to Ljubljana and beyond. In years of good snowfall the off-piste potential is good, with several off-piste forest areas to explore.


Krvavec - Ski Resort
Map Total Km's Green Blue Red Black Height (M) % Snow Making



26   6.5 12.5 7 3 7 1 1450 - 1971 95


Krvavec - Ski Bus Connections

Ski Bus from Bled at 9am

Departs at 9am from Milno - Bled Centre - Bled Bus Station - Krvavec. Returns at 4:00pm from Krvavec

Ski Bus from Ljubljana at 8am

Saturdays, Sundays, Christmas Holidays and Winter School Holidays, in case of good weather and operational conditions. Ski Bus drives through Domžale to Krvavec cable car station.

Departs at 8.00am from platform 1 at the main Bus Station Ljubljana

Returns at 4.20pm from the bottom of Krvavec cable car station.

* ski bus only runs during the ski season only on weekends, Christmas and School Holidays and when the weather is suitable for skiing


Krvavec - Skipass Price List 2015/2016




Full day €32.00 €17.00 €28.00

2 - hours

€22.00 €11.50 €19.00
3 - hours €25.00 €13.50 €22.00
4 - hours €27.00 €14.50 €24.00
5 - hours €29.00 €15.50 €26.00
2 - days (sequential days) €61.00 €33.00 €53.00
3 - days with picture (sequential days) €85.00 €44.00 €73.00
4 - days with picture (sequential days) €107.00 €58.00 €93.00
5 - days with picture (sequential days) €130.00 €70.00 €110.00
6 - days with picture (sequential days) €149.00 €81.00 €128.00
7 - days with picture (sequential days) €166.00 €90.00 €143.00
5 x day in season €152.00 €84.00 €132.00


6 - Day with a photo sequential days

€161.00 €103.00 €138.00
Seasonal transferable ticket - day & night €1,400.00
SEASON SKI TICKET 198 – valid from Monday to Friday (The Ticket 198 is valid exclusively during the week, from Monday to Friday inclusive, except: Saturday, Sunday, National Holidays. €289.00 €289.00 €289.00
  • All prices are in EUR and include VAT.
  • Free of charge skiing for children under 6 with parents.
  • Children up to 6 years old (born in or after 2008 or) that ski alone and are skiing in Ski Clubs, schools or courses with a trainer or leader of the line need a valid Child Ski Pass.
  • Children's ticket valid until the age of 14.
  • Youth between 14. and 19. years old.
  • Seniors over 65.
  • *Daily ticket from Monday to Friday is valid exclusively during the week, from Monday to Friday inclusive, from the beginning to the end of the ski season, except: Saturday, Sunday, National holidays.
  •  NEW! 15 Eur discount on the loyalty of season ticket holders from last year. 
  • Bonus in the amount of 20 Eur, which can be used in restaurant and accommodation facilities at Hotel Krvavec.


Krvavec - Piste Map

Krvavec piste map


Krvavec Weather Forecast

Snow Forecast More Detailed Snow Conditions & Webcams for Krvavec at snow-forecast.com




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