Ski Resort 2864 Bohinj

Skiing resort will offer unique view to Mt Triglav.

After more than three years, the vision behind Slovenia's largest ski resort is becoming a reality, as 2864 Bohinj, the investors backing the project, have obtained a building permit and all other necessary documentation from the Ministry of Infrastructure and Spatial Planning.

When the finishing touches have been put on it, the ski resort will cover more than 1.5 million square meters between Bohinjska Bistrica and Soriška planina. It will be the first ski resort in the country to employ the latest and the most advanced lift and artificial snow-making technology.

The largest Slovenian ski resort will also feature a renovated platform for hitting the slopes by train, heated lockers, parking garages, top-notch restaurants, points for enjoying the area's beautiful vistas, forest attractions, a snow park, a ski-cross course for both children and adults, sledding trails, a day-care, and much, much more. The 10-seat gondola will take visitors to the summit all year round, including during the summer, when mountain cyclists will get their turn to enjoy the bike park, which was designed in collaboration with world-renowned Whistler Gravity Logic from Canada. The range of summer attractions will also include a theme park, well-groomed hiking trails along the ridge with stellar views all the way from the Adriatic to Triglav, and something for the history buff, too, in the form of a restored watchtower, bunkers, and other relics from the war.