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Ski Slovenia - Vogel resort guide



  • Aerial view of Vogel
  • Beautiful sunny day on Vogel
  • Vogel with a backdrop of the Triglav massif
  • The chairlift to the top of Vogel
  • Vogel, undoubtedly one of Slovenia's most beautiful ski areas
  • Leaving the lift station
  • Vogel mountain scene
  • Winter view of Lake Bohinj
  • Skiing at Vogel under the shadow of Triglav
  • Stunning view from Vogel towards Komna
  • The piste down to Zadnji Vogel
  • Off piste at Vogel
  • Extraordinary landscape at Vogel
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The Lake Bohinj region plays host to two resorts just 10 minutes drive from each other - Vogel & Kobla (closed at the moment). Without doubt Vogel is one of Slovenia's best all round resorts, offering a superb beginner / family ski experience in a beautiful position overlooking stunning Lake Bohinj. It also offers some harder and longer pistes to suit more experienced skiers, as well as potential outstanding off-piste. It is one of Slovenia's higher resorts with slopes up to 1800m and its position as one of the first mountains in the range ensures consistently good snow, with skiing usually until late April, even without artificial snow making. New lift infrastructure has greatly improved queuing times and the overall resort experience in recent years. The resort is accessed via gondola from the shores of Lake Bohinj. It is worth arriving early at peak times as the gondola can be busy. Served by a ski bus running through from Bled to Bohinj the resort offers a number of good places to eat and drink on the mountain top or dotted around beautiful Lake Bohinj. In the future Kobla may not be Vogel’s poor neighbour for much longer with major plans in the works to redevelop and connect the aging resort to the nearby Soriška Planina resort, which will see the creation of a new resort, 2864 eco resort Bohinj. Whilst exact completion dates for the project are unclear, when it is finished, 2864 Bohinj, will offer some of the best pistes and facilities in Slovenia and will become one of Slovenia’s premier ski destinations. The town of Bohinjska Bistrica offers a great modern water park, plus a variety of restaurants, shops, bars and other useful amenities. Another great location for a Slovenian skiing holiday.


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



18   9 9   8 8 1 570 - 1800



Vogel - Bus Connections

Ski bus from Bohinjska Bistrica

Bohinjska Bistrica – Vogel Gondola station 6 connections from 7:50am to 4:50pm, returns from 8:40am to 6.40pm (Bohinjska Bistrica - Savica – Kamnje – Polje – Laški Rovt – Ribičev Laz – Bohinj Jezero – Pod Voglom – Gondola station).

Ski Bus from Bled

Departs at 9am from Bled Bus Station – Bled Centre – Mlino -  Kobla  - Vogel. Returns at 4pm from Vogel and 4:15pm from Kobla.

Ljubljana - Vogel

Deaprtures from 6am to 3:00pm. Returns from 8:40am to 6:40pm.

* ski bus runs only during the ski season on the days that are suitable for skiing and ski centre is open


Vogel - Skipass Price List 2015/2016




Full day €29.00 €16.00 €25.00
1/2 day €24.00 €14.50 €20.00
1 day Snowpark €20.00 €13.00 €17.00
1/2 day Snowpark €16.00 €9.50 €14.00

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) €81.00 €45.00 €71.00
4 - days with picture (sequential days) €103.00 €57.00 €90.00
5 - days with picture (sequential days) €123.00 €68.00 €107.00
6 - days with picture (sequential days) €149.00 €84.00 €116.00
7 - days with picture (sequential days) €153.00 €84.00 €139.00
5 x day in season €31.00 €72.00 €116.00


6 - Day with a photo sequential days

€161.00 €103.00 €138.00
Seasonal transferable ticket - day & night €1,400.00
SEASON PASS– valid from Monday to Friday €499.00 €299.00 €399.00


  • Passes, except for season and annual transferable passes, are not transferable.
  • Children from 6 to 14 years are entitled to a child pass. Children under the age of 6 ski free of charge when accompanied by their parents. YOUNG people are those who are older than 15 and younger than 24 years, SENIORS are people older than 60 years. Please provide a personal identification document when buying passes for the young and seniors.
  • Family ski passes are available for families of at least two adults and one child or young person under the age of 23, who all live at the same address.
  • A deposit of €3/card is charged for all multi-day and season passes. The deposit for a microchip card is not included in the price of the pass. The deposit will be refunded on the return of the pass.
  • 1 day (MON – FRI) passes are valid from Monday to Friday, except on (public) holidays and during primary school holidays. These can only be purchased during the pre-sale period. Season passes (MON – FRI) are valid from Monday to Friday, including during primary school holidays, except on public holidays. They can only be purchased during the pre-sale period.
  • Discounts by special arrangement (e.g. for the members of AS Klub ugodnosti, Gorenjska Green Card etc.) apply to the price of 1 day passes.
  • Please note that all discounts are mutually exclusive.
  • Organized groups of over 10 people are entitled to special discounts at the ticket office. Ski pass prices include cable car transportation.
  • The morning ski pass is valid on the ski slopes until 13.00, and the last cable car ride to the valley is at 18.00.
  • The afternoon ski pass is valid on the ski slopes from 12.00, and the last cable car ride to the valley is at 18.00.
  • Photos are required on the following passes: annual, season, season MON – FRI, 5/season, 10/season.
  • The season pass is valid from 1 December 2014 to 3 May 2015, and the annual pass is valid until 31 December 2015.
  • Passes, except for season and annual transferable passes, are not transferable.
  • The prices for school sports day only apply when buying at least 50 passes.
  • Primary school groups are entitled to one free pass for an accompanying person for every group of 10 people (beginners), for every group of 12 people (experienced skiers), or for every group of 20 people (secondary school).
  • The price of the pass for an accompanying person is the same as for the students.
  • All prices are in EUR and include 9,5% VAT.
  • The company reserves the right to change the prices and ski pass types without notice.
  • More details about the tariffs and other options here


Vogel - Piste Map

vogel piste map


Vogel Weather Forecast

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



2864 Bohinj - Piste Map

kobla piste map


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