Borovets closed for the remainder of 2019/20 winter season


Dear Friends,

Looking back to an excellent winter season that ended unexpectedly, we would like to thank all employees for staying positive and doing their job with passion and love. We thank our customers for making our job easy and enjoyable.

Looking back…
We started the winter season with over 70% of brand new ski and snowboard equipment from almost all snow sports brands and with a variety of technologies trying to meet all our customers’ needs and requirements. All boots and helmets, as well as the ski shop itself, were regularly disinfected as a part of the company policy throughout the whole winter season. Strictly scheduled fitting slots helped us being fast and efficient during the fitting process. All slight issues were handled with pleasure and smile thanks to the positive attitude to all our customers.

The present…
We take a breath – but just for a few minutes. As we can only truly breаthе if we are active.
What to expect in the future…
After making sure that all our customers went home safely, we are now preparing for the next winter season. We have already started receiving brand new equipment to be offered to our customers in winter 2020/2021. New projects are ahead. As a company policy, over 50% of the used equipment is to be offered for sale at
Great ski and snowboard package deals are to be released for early bookings at by the end of May.

Yes – we do think about the future! Since we are certain that the crisis will pass soon and the current situation will not break us down – this will only make us stronger and better!

Thank you all! Stay safe!
The Ski & Board Traventuria – Borovets Team

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Ever since I started skiing at the age of 6, I knew that the mountains were where I wanted to be as much as possible. Big mountain skiing is the best thing in the world for me, followed by hitting a few laps in the snow park.

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