The biggest ski center in Slovenia, the Maribor city ski resort, is a gathering place for all kinds of snow enthusiasts - those on skis, snowboards or sleds.
With its range of easy and more challenging trails, Pohorje is suitable for all skiers, and it has especially established itself as a popular family ski resort. There are approximately 6 km of cross-country trails on the Ruško Pohorje in Areh.
Maribor's Snow Stadium is also the traditional venue for the annual Women's Alpine Skiing World Cup (Golden Fox).
You can access the ski slopes by gondola, which is located only 150m away from the hotel.
Tourist slopes, 3.500 m, difficulty
Andrejeva slope, 1.200m, difficulty
Bellevue slopes, 300m, difficulty
Mariborski slalom slopes, 1.200m, difficulty
Miran slopes A, 2.200m, difficulty
Miran slopes B, 700m, difficulty
Gradis slopes, 900m, difficulty
FIS slalom slopes, 800m, difficulty
Repova slope, 1.000m, difficulty
Flat slopes, 600m, difficulty
Markova slope, 1.000m, difficulty
Marinkova slope, 1.000m, difficulty
Glažarska route, 3.8000m, difficulty
Areška route, 3.500m, difficulty
Cvirnova slope, 1.700m, difficulty
Ruški downhill, 1.400m, difficulty
School buildings, 500m, difficulty
Partizanovo slope, 880m, difficulty
Little X 1, 900m, difficulty
- Little X 2, 1.500m, difficulty
- Connecting Žigart slopes, 800m, difficulty
- Žigart slope, 500m, difficulty
Pisker slope, 1.800m, difficulty
Cojzerica slope, 700m, difficulty
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