Vila Tatjana

Borovska 27, Kranjska Gora, 4280, Slovenia
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Ski Hire/Lift Passes etc, Hotel Advice, Weather and Travelling Alone

by ScottishWumun


I am looking at going skiing to KRANJSKA GORA at the start of March. My main question is about the skiing equipment hire and lift passes - am I better to buy this from the tour operator prior to travel or can I get a better deal when I'm there. It seems to be just under £200 for lift pass, ski and boot hire which I think is a bit pricy. Does anyone know prices locally?

Also, the accommodation I'm looking at is the Hotel Alpina - any comments? (Good or bad).

And - what kind of conditions can I expect the first week or March.

One more thing - I am travelling alone - will it be safe enough!

Thanks in advance for any advice given.


RE: Ski Hire/Lift Passes etc, Hotel Advice, Weather and Travelling Alone

by Marincica

I have never stayed at that hotel, but you can find information about it here: Some info about KG is found here: Slovenia in general is a safe country and Kranjska Gora is a small and friendly village, so you should not have any problems. It doesn't really matter where you buy the tickets, it might be a bit more expensive getting it at a tour operator. I don't know how much equippment rental costs, but there are several rental stores in KG, so shouldn't have a problem there either. You might wanna contact the Tourist Information Center in KG for more specific info: TIC Kranjska Gora
Tičarjeva 2
SI-4280 Kranjska Gora
Tel.: ++386 4 580 94 40
GSM: ++386 41 619 443
Fax: ++386 4 580 94 41
Have fun!

RE: Ski Hire/Lift Passes etc, Hotel Advice, Weather and Travelling Alone

by garyl

Hi Suz, if you drop me a line at, i should be able to give you some useful info and tips regarding your planned trip


RE: Ski Hire/Lift Passes etc, Hotel Advice, Weather and Travelling Alone

by stanian

Hi Suz, I have just returned from my 17th visit to KG, £200 seems a bit pricey I'm sure you can get a better deal locally skipass travel do a ski package €100 everything included ie boots poles skies, look at Intersport Brnik may also do something similar
A lift pass for 6 days is €131 including photo which also allows night skiing.
The Alpina as far as I know is much improved and is OK I always stay at Pension Livada. The conditions this year are similar all over Europe and the snow may be a bit thin on the ground but if it is cold then snow cannons will operate on the main slopes to keep them OK. Being alone in KG will pose no problem it is a quiet friendly place and Slovenia as a whole is a very safe place to visit.

Travel Tips for Kranjska Gora

Europe's Longest Ski Jump

by Martin_S.

This is Europe's longest ski jump, located just outside of Kranjska Gora. During the winter the small town of Kranjska Gora quadurples it size and becomes the second largest ski area in Slovenia, being surpassed only by Bovec.


by croisbeauty

I na koncu dosao je slag na tortu. Po zavrsetku tekme uslijedio je mini aero-miting pa se neki decki opali iz aviona. Na svu srecu, imali su padobrane pa su se prizemljili - mekano.
Iza toga se ovaj poceo dizati i dimiti.....


by croisbeauty

The Fins had reason to celebrate, three in a row, new world records established by unbeliveable Hauttamaeki, 231 meters lomg hardly to belive. This guys, competitors, must be completely crazy to that.

Ski flying at Planica

by garyl

When i went to Planica, it was two weeks after the world ski flying championships had been held there. Where 50,000 ski-flying fanatics had congregated now stood desolute, but the feeling just looking up at the hill and letting your imagination go wild for a minute is worth the short trip alone.
Plus you can nip over the Italian border if you have your passport with you and buy some cheap fags and booze


by novsco61

Planica valley is proceeding into picturesque alpine valley Tamar which is the starting-point for many hitchikers. Glacier valley is more and more narrower and it is surrounded on the left by Mojstrovka and on the right by Ponca.At the end of the valley there is Jalovec.


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