How to get to Pamporovo ski resort in Bulgaria?

How to get to Pamporovo ski resort in Bulgaria?

Pamporovo is situated around 260 km away from Sofia, 85 km south of Plovdiv, 15 km north of the town of Smolyan and 10 km south of Chepelare resort. – via highway Trakia/A1/E80 and Route 86 approximately for 3 hours. The distance is 227 km. – via highway Trakia/A1/E80 approximately for 5 hours. The distance is 285 km. – via Route 86 for 1 h 30 min.

Which is the highest peak in Pamporovo Bulgaria?

The highest peak in the area, Snezhanka Peak (Bulgarian: Снежанка) at 1928 m, is several hundred meters above the resort and hosts Snezhanka Tower. Pamporovo is around 260 km away from Sofia, 85 km south of Plovdiv, 15 km north of Smolyan, and 10 km south of Chepelare .

Which is the best way to get to Pamporovo?

The distance is 74 km. The most comfortable, reliable and quickest way to reach Pamporovo is by car or private transfer. Book a private transfer at a reasonable price here: Private transfer to Pamporovo or rent a car. The driver will wait you at the airport and will a private vehicle will take you to Pamporovo.

How long are the cross country runs in Pamporovo?

Also, there are three cross-country runs in the resort, with total length of around 40 km. Beginners: Can start with the ski school of Pamporovo, which is quite famous with the quality tuition.

Where is the best ski resort in Bulgaria?

Pamporovo ski resort is located in the heart of the Rhodopi mountain. It is the sunniest Bulgarian mountain resort. The ski slopes of Pamporovo are safe guarded and maintained in a very good condition.

When does the snow report for Pamporovo come out?

Our Snow Report for Pamporovo brings daily updates on the snow conditions, snow depths, piste and offpiste conditions and the number of open ski lifts. The latest Pamporovo snow report shown below was updated on 14 Jun 2021.

Who was the founder of Pamporovo ski resort?

It was founded by Grigoriy Bukuriani – Georgian military commander who was at the service of the Byzantine Emperor. After the Ottomans conquered Bulgaria in the end of 14 century the heroic patriarch St. Evtimiy Tarnovski was send into exile in the monastery, were he stayed until the end of the life. He was buried here.