It’s March and the high-season has officially come and gone. This is good news for everyone who’s booked their vacation the upcoming weeks. All lifts in the resort are operating, there’re little to no queues and the slopes are well covered with snow. And there’s even more snow to come in the next days!

Weather conditions & Forecast

The forecast for this week is all about snow. It started snowing few days ago and it hasn’t stopped ever since. Snow showers are expected every day of the week and the temperatures are once again back to their minus levels. The skiing season might be more than half-way through but winter is definitely still here. According to the forecast, the coldest day of the week will be Thursday when temperatures will drop down to – 13 C.

The snow base at the Markudjik ski centre is now 250 cm and the entire ski area offers great conditions at the moment. However, skiing there this past week was only enjoyable on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday when the fog still hadn’t covered the resort. It’s been foggy ever since and the visibility hasn’t been good that high in the mountain. Here’s a snapshot from Monday when it was just the right amount of cloudy.

Markudjik Ski Area Borovets

Monday morning well spent at the Markudjik ski area with fresh snow

Slopes & Lifts

Borovets Bulgaria Popangelov Slope

A beautiful morning on the Yastrebets slope above the fog

All slopes in the resort are currently in business. Same goes for the lifts. With the progression of the week, the snowy clouds lowered the vibisility across the entire resort. The Markudjik ski area was no longer as pleasant to ski but the lower parts of the resort were pretty nice.

Quick Tip: If you’re consider early March for your skiing vacation, keep in mind that the slopes are pretty busy during this period. The Bulgarian Liberation day takes place on the 3rd of March which is also a bank holiday. Many Bulgarians choose to take the entire week off to go skiing so the resort sometimes gets busy.

Borovets Bulgaria Ski Resort

A snowy day on the slopes in Borovets

Fancy a last-minute trip to Borovets?

Borovets in March

Borovets in March

A last-minute trip to Borovets is always a good idea. In case you’re tempted to visit (again), consider us for making your trip arrangements much easier. We can help you to:

  1. Book an airport transfer 
  2. Reserve your ski & snowboard rental gear online
  3. Get an amazing ski and/or snowboard instructor 
  4. Plan a short thermal spa pool getaway to rest your muscles
  5. Enjoy your first ski-doo safari

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I've been born by the sea, but since I moved to live in Bansko, I fell in love with the mountains and the beauty of winter! I'm working for Traventuria for 2 years now and they've been the most amazing time in my life! I love skiing, meeting new people, and to infect with emotions about the love of travel. I am writing in this blog to share with you what's new and how to save money on ski packages and ski experiences but get the most of your experience in Borovets. I'll be happy to read your comments under my articles so we can share ideas about what's more to be said for the resort!

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