It has been a while since our latest snow report from the slopes of Borovets, and it is finally here to update you.
Read on to find out how much snow is left in Bulgaria’s oldest ski resort and to learn until what date it is going to be open.

Snow and Slopes

There was 10-15 cm of new snow yesterday and it was a pretty good powder day. The snow machines could not groom the slopes quickly enough. The weather was quite foggy at the top (highest parts of the resort).
Markidjitsi slopes were great over the weekend, especially on Sunday. On the way down to Yastrebets, there were a few puddles just by the Yastrebets top station, snow was soft, however, skiing and snowboarding were still fine and pleasant. Slopes at Markudjitsi were not busy at all, except between 11 am and 1 pm when there was a queue at one of the drag lifts there. Pretty good overall conditions of the snow and the slopes, considering that it is the end of the season.
Today Markudjitsi slopes were expected to be very good, however, they weren’t. The new snow from yesterday (Monday 25.03) had not settled yet, so the ski slopes got dug up pretty quickly. It was cold and cloudy, however, these colder temperatures were not enough to harden the snow. Outside the slopes (off-piste skiing), there is still enough snow for skiing/snowboarding, too. Slope Markudjik 3 is still open.
Borovets ski resort (season 2023/2024) will be officially open until 7th of April for sure. This is all of the official information we have so far from the resort management.

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26.03.2024, Markudjitsi slopes, image by Peter Nedaylkov


Open Slopes

All slopes are open except for Evacuation Ski way – Musala Pathway, Lower part of Yatrebets 1, Borokids park. Sitnaykovo 1, Sitnaykovo royal residence ski way and Sitnaykovo 2 are all partly open.

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Currently open slopes, as of 26.03.24, Borovets, image:

Open Lifts

As of 26.03 all lifts are open and working and there are no queues.

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All lifts are open as of 26.03.24, image:

Weather Forecast

The snow forecast for Borovets for the next 3 days is: Light rain (total 2.0mm), mostly falling on Tue night. Mild temperatures (max 8°C on Wed afternoon, min 1°C on Tue night). Winds increasing (light winds from the WSW on Tue afternoon, fresh winds from the SW by Thu morning).
The snow forecast for Borovets for the next 4 to 6 days is: Some drizzle, heaviest during Sun night. Very mild (max 13°C on Mon morning, min 7°C on Fri night). Wind will be generally light.

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Next 4 to 6 days snow forecast for Borovets, 26.03.2024

Horse Riding Experience in Borovets

Winter season in Borovets offers more than just skiing and snowboarding.
Add more fun to your winter vacation and why not – find your next favorite hobby?
Enjoy a 1-hour horse riding with an experienced instructor in a ranch near Borovets ski resort. Learn the basics of horse riding. Explore the beautiful nature surrounding the horse ranch. Admire Rila’s famous pine trees, while enjoying a new out-door activity.
This outdoor experience is suitable for complete beginners as well as for more experienced riders. You may discover a new hobby or just relax and enjoy the beautiful nature, while riding on a horse.
To learn more about the activity and make a reservation for Horse Riding in Borovets use this LINK.
What is even more fun, it that this activity is available not only during winter season, but all year round. Thus, book with confidence with Ski & Board Traventuria Borovets.

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Book with confidence a Horse Riding Experience in Borovets all year round

Stay tuned

Ski & Board Traventuria is a leading provider of lift passes, equipment rental, airport transfers, and ski school for the Borovets area. To book your ski vacation in Borovets with us, please check our website –

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Sources: Peter Nedyalkov,, Shred Together;


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