Skiing & ski rental in Slovenia
Did you know? Most ski instructors in Slovenia have excellent foreign language skills. That's yet another good reason why the country's beginner-friendly ski resorts are perfect for learning how to ski or snowboard.
Tip: Test the latest skis and snowboards from renowned manufacturers on the Slovenian slopes! At INTERSPORT Rent, you will get brand-new winter sports equipment along with expert tips from our RENTertainers.
Ski rental in Slovenia
Your INTERSPORT Rent shops in Slovenia
If you want to rent equipment you can get it right on site while on holiday in Slovenia. There are several INTERSPORT Rent shops directly at the ski resorts. The RENTertainers, your local winter sports experts, will be happy to adjust your skis or board for you.
What if you are so happy with the rental equipment that you don't even want to return it? Then you can take it home with you. Of course you can buy skis and snowboards at INTERSPORT Rent.
Skiing in Slovenia
More about the ski resorts
Slovenia's ski resorts are mostly located in the northern part of the country. From northern Italy, Austria, Hungary and Croatia, the majority of the winter sports destinations can be reached in a few hours by car.
The five most beautiful ski resorts in Slovenia:
- Kranjska Gora
There is always something going on at the well-known Ski World Cup site. Beginners will find perfect conditions on the flat slopes of Vitranc. Most of the hotels in Kranjska Gora are located right by the ski runs.
More information: https://kranjska-gora.si/en/
On its 12 kilometres of ski runs, Rogla resort boasts several highlights. These include nighttime skiing and Rogla Fun Park, an adventure playground for snowboarders and freestylers. There is also a modern cross-country ski area at the foot of Rogla, which can be used free of charge with a valid ski pass.
More information: https://www.rogla.eu/en/
Krvavec is the second largest ski resort in Slovenia and among the country's most popular winter sports destinations. Located north of the town of Kamnik, Krvavec offers breathtaking scenic views of the Gorenjska region and the Slovenian capital. From its highest point, you can even see the neighbouring country of Austria.
More information: https://www.rtc-krvavec.si/en/
- Mariborsko Pohorje
Slovenia's largest ski resort is located in the Pohorje Mountains and only six kilometres away from Maribor. It has 41 kilometres of diverse ski runs and is known for being the site of the legendary Women's Ski World Cup race "Zlata Ilsica" (Golden Fox). Highlight: one of the longest floodlit ski runs in Europe.
More information: https://www.visitmaribor.si/en/what-to-do/active-holiday/skiing/
Awarded several times as the best Slovenian ski resort, Cerkno can be reached from Idrija in only 25 minutes. It is known, among other things, for the most modern and fastest ski lift facilities in the country. It also offers plenty of variety for skiers of all skill levels.
More information: http://www.ski-cerkno.com/en/index.html
By the way: With only one ski pass, you can explore as many ski resorts as you like while on winter holiday in Slovenia. For more information, please visit https://slovenia-outdoor.com/en/.
Skiing in Slovenia is right for you if ...
... you like your ski holidays to be affordable and laid-back.
... you prefer small and quiet ski resorts.
... you want to combine a city trip with a ski holiday.
... you want to discover a variety of ski resorts in Slovenia with a single ski pass.
INTERSPORT Rent Tip
Our RENTertainers recommend
Does cross-border skiing with a view of the sea sound like a dream come true for you? Then you're in luck because you can experience this in Kanin near Bovec! The highest ski resort in Slovenia reaches an altitude of up to 2,202 metres above sea level. From Triglav, the country's highest peak, you can see as far as the Adriatic Sea on a clear and sunny day. From the top of the mountain, you'll also enjoy beautiful views of the Soča valley.
Bonus: Kanin is connected to the Italian ski resort of Sella Nevea. The ski pass is valid for both sides of the country, so don't forget to head over to Italy where there are even more slopes to discover!