Will There Be More Snow In Bansko Soon?

Jan 17, 2011 No Comments by

This snow report is hot! And that’s not just the warm sunshine you see here; nor the sprinkling of overnight snow. Keep watching till the end.

No lift queues, and glorious sunshine made for me a much better day in the mountains than it had right to be. Vassilena joined me to help on extend video coverage. Great job. Thank you. Even though it’s very far from perfect ski conditions, there were people, like us, out enjoying the sunshine.

After another great dinner at St George’s Palace restaurant, and a fine local mehana pork steak at the Kulato, in Bansko, it was nice to get out and blow the cobwebs away. There were some tricky icy patches. A few stones were to be avoided too. The plato is shut and less than half the runs are open.


Picture Taken 16th January 2011

Snow arrives on Friday 21st through to Sunday 23rd. After that, it is still too early to be sure. Please subscribe to newsletter for more snow and weather news and to youtube for the snow and weather reports as they go live. In addition, we have more info on the forthcoming World Cup Bansko stage: 26th and 27th February. I recommend coming to Bansko for this World Cup weekend. Not to ski particularly — but for a tremendous party atmosphere. An event watched by tens of millions of people all around the world. As media partners for the event, Bansko Blog will be bringing you World Cup interviews, info and news over the coming weeks.

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Picture Taken On The Tomba 16th January 2011


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