Bansko 09/10 ski season gets underway early

Bulgaria’s biggest and most developed winter resort of Bansko, in Pirin Mountain, is getting ready for the 2009/2010 season which will be officially opened on December 12 2009 at Banderishka Polyana ski zone. The ski facilities will begin operating as of December 1 2009.

This year organisers have invited a number of ski champions to take part in the Bansko Ski Legends’ charity race on Alberto Tomba ski run. These include Bulgarian legend Petar Popangelov, Austrian Marc Girardelli, Pirmin Zurbriggen from Switzerland and Slovenia’s Bojan Križaj.

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In 2006, RilaDev a English Bulgarian homebuilder embarked on one of the most ambitious hotel and residential project in Bansko, Bulgaria, Pirinea Hotel Spa and Residence.

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