Pamporovo ski area commences operations on December 15

In light of recent heavy snowfall and additional artificial snow production, the Pamporovo ski area is poised to inaugurate its winter season on December 15 (Friday), offering lift passes at a nominal price of £5 for all age groups. The ski area will feature access to several slopes, including Lake (No. 1), Bypass – Small Wall (No. 1A), Tourist (No. 6), Bypass Pamporovo (No. 6A), Delovо Dere (No. 10), and Kartola (No. 11). To mark the commencement of the season, a water blessing ceremony, led by Minister of Tourism, Mrs. Zaritsa Dinkova, will take place at 3:00 PM at the base station of the new six-seater chairlift at the Malina ski center. Details regarding open slopes and lift facilities will be available on the resort's website the preceding day. With a projected decrease in temperatures, a phased opening of the entire ski area is anticipated by Christmas.

On December 15, the municipality of Chepelare and "Pamporovo" AD will celebrate the 90th anniversary of the Pamporovo resort complex with a press conference and cocktail reception attended by representatives of local and state authorities. Notable past contributors to the resort complex's development, including former directors, hoteliers, restaurateurs, and sports figures, will receive special commemorative coins.

The commencement of the ski season also presents the opportunity to utilize "Select" ski cards, activated upon first passage through any turnstile in the ski area throughout the season. The deadline for purchasing "Select" lift passes at a promotional price has been extended until December 14, offering discounts for adults, youths up to 17 years old, and children up to 12 years old. Lift cards without fixed dates can be acquired or recharged exclusively through the resort's website at www.pamporovo.me, with convenient pick-up options available.

Regular prices for ski services for the 2023/2024 winter season will take effect from December 16, with daily lift pass rates established for adults, youths up to 17 years old, and children up to 11 years old. Preparations are also underway for the opening of the Mechi Chal ski area on December 22, offering lift pass options for various age groups. Purchasers of lift passes for the Pamporovo ski area will have access to the Chepelare ski area upon its opening, as well as ski bus services between the two areas.

Individual ski passes and packages, inclusive of lift passes and equipment, can be reserved on the resort's website, with equipment available at Pamporovo AD's wardrobes in the resort.

The highlight of this year's offerings in Pamporovo is the introduction of a modern six-seater chairlift, providing swift transportation from Malina to Snezhanka Peak. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, the chairlift boasts enhanced capacity and efficiency, catering to skiers of all proficiency levels while alleviating congestion at the Malina ski center.

The winter season will also witness the opening of the renovated southern ski area, featuring additional snowmaking equipment and a new children's snow park at the Malina ski center.

In January, Pamporovo will host a Snowboard World Cup event followed by the European Snowboard Cup, offering exciting competitions on the Stenata slope and parallel disciplines.

Tourists can avail themselves of discounted stays at the five-star Orlovetz and Perelik hotels through direct online reservations. Special discount programs are available for BAKB cardholders, ISIC cardholders, A1 subscribers, and loyal customers of Turkish Airlines.

For real-time updates on snow conditions, visitors can monitor the resort's website via live cameras or follow social media channels for daily updates.

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