The slopes of the Bansko ski resort are set between 900 and 2,600 m (2,952 and 8,530 ft) with a view of the rugged rocky peaks of Pirin Mountain and the imposing Todorka Peak dominating the skyline. A total of 75 km of marked ski trails of all levels of difficulty will ensure a constant change of the views and an opportunity to improve your skiing skills.
A big part of the mountain is included in Pirin National Park, part of the Man and Biosphere UNESCO program and one of the three national parks in Bulgaria. Pirin is famed for its beautiful glacial lakes and remote chalets perched on rocky heights. A winter visit to Bansko is not complete without a hike along any of the marked winter trails or a snowshoeing day trip.