The ski resort of Mariborsko Pohorje is located in the north east of Slovenia, near the second largest city in the country, Maribor. The resort is considered to be extensive, with 64km of groomed pistes ranging across all grades from beginner, to intermediate to advanced. The area features lights for night skiing, and the 5km ski run is the longest illuminated ski run in Europe.
Mariborsko Pohorje sits at a comfortable altitude of around 1347 and as a result enjoys regular snowfall every year, however there is also manmade snow for drier periods. The slopes are generally through wooded areas and are serviced by four chair lifts, one cable car and sixteen surface lifts.
There is a restaurant on site for relaxation offering a host of cuisine from the surrounding areas. Mariborsko Pohorje is also famous for the Golden Fox Trophy, which is the annual World Cup women’s alpine skiing competition, which is held in the early weeks of January.