Vogel is a remarkably beautiful highland ski slope in the protected area of the Triglav National Park. In nice weather the mountain atmosphere is truly unique and you will never have enough sun-cream. Ski terrains are appropriate for beginners as well as trained skiers plus there are a lot of options for off-piste skiing. A polygon for the youngest and a snow park complete the offer. Catering facilities are diverse and accommodation capacities are right on the ski slopes.
Where to sleep
570 - 1800 m
Skupna dolžina prog
How to get there: Bohinj: From Ribčev Laz at the beginning of the Bohinj Lake we drive straight ahead on the left side of the lake to the next crossroad where a sign directs us left towards the cable-car where we park. If it's a busy day we might have to park at the lower parking lot already.
Ski resort description: We ascend to the Vogel ski resort with the help of the cable-car which takes us up to the altitude of 1535 meters. The highest point of the resort is 1800 m and in case of an adequate amount of snow we can ski through 6 km long 'Žagarjev graben' all the way to the lower station of the cable-car (570 m). Slopes are mostly easy but better skiers will also find some terrains for them. There are plenty of options for off-piste skiing, especially on the hillside between the top of 'šija' and 'Vogel' (careful because of avalanches!). The “fun” park is particularly well maintained and the youngest will enjoy at the children’s park right next the top station of the cable-car. Vogel has excellent catering facilities since there are quite a few bars, cafes and even a pizzeria on the slopes. There are also accommodation capacities on the slopes. In nice weather skiing on Vogel is a real pleasure as there is plenty of sunshine and the view of Bohinj’s mountains and central Julian Alps is sublime.