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SKI WINDOW

It's all over...

WINTER is over. It was great, it brought new experiences, and record snowfall - but it was also affected by the economic crisis. The ski season is now ending, with good conditions remaining only on the highest located slopes – Chopok, Štrbské Pleso, Lomnické sedlo, Chleb and Zverovka. These centres will most likely maintain their operations depending on the weather and the number of visitors.

WINTER is over. It was great, it brought new experiences, and record snowfall - but it was also affected by the economic crisis. The ski season is now ending, with good conditions remaining only on the highest located slopes – Chopok, Štrbské Pleso, Lomnické sedlo, Chleb and Zverovka. These centres will most likely maintain their operations depending on the weather and the number of visitors.

Zverovka, for example, has already announced that it will only be opening at weekends. It’s best to check for information about conditions on the websites of the centres before setting off for a late-season skiing trip.

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