Skiing in Soča Valley

Skiing in Soča Valley


Skiing at over 2,000 m of altitude with a view of the Alps and the Adriatic Sea is a unique experience. The sunny Kanin, connected to the Italian ski resort Sella Nevea, will enthuse you with an incredible mountainous ambience and natural snow that lasts until late spring.


During the ski season a free skibus drives regularly between Bovec – Station “A” of Kanin Cableway, however, if the number of passengers is sufficient, it will also take guests from Hotel Boka.

Family skiing in Log pod Mangartom

A lovely ski slope in the idyllic Log pod Mangartom, which is suitable for children and those who are still learning how to make turns on the snow.

Šentviška planota

In winter, when nature enters the winter sleep, the snowy meadows of the Šentviška planota come to life. A lively beat of the small ski slope Suše, terrains for cross-country skiing and the two renovated ski jumping hills are a paradise for winter recreation enthusiasts.

Ski touring

The Soča Valley, which is situated between the mighty Julian Alps, is an excellent starting point for off-piste skiing. Walking with skis on the lonely snow-covered terrains and skiing on the untouched white slopes and mountains are the two things that every off-piste skier wishes for.

Ski school

Make your first skiing turns accompanied by experienced skiing and snowboarding instructors. Improve your skiing techniques and wind the white slopes safely.

Ski Rent & Service

Do not own any ski equipment or would you like to service your pair of skis? The service centres make sure you will enjoy the Kanin ski slope more safely by offering repairs and rental of ski equipment.

Soča Valley has exciting skiing terrains of various levels of difficulty. Mountain lovers will be thrilled with the natural snow of the Kanin Ski Resort, whereas beginners will love the idyllic ski slopes of Log pod Mangartom. You can also experience the joys of snow at Šentvid Plateau.

The Soča Valley is particularly beautiful in winter, when a blanket of snow covers this incredible alpine region, with its unique character due to a hint of the Adriatic Sea. Fans of sun and mountains can ski at the Kanin Ski Resort until late spring, which is connected to the shaded Italian ski resort of Sella-Nevea (in Žlebe). You can also enjoy your family skiing vacation in the idyllic Log pod Mangartom, where slopes are particularly suitable for beginners or you might go on a winter break on the ski slopes of Suša.

If you prefer ski touring, you will definitely find what you are looking for in the Soča Valley. The Julian Alps offer extraordinary adventures in nature during the winter and picturesque terrains for off-piste skiing ascents and descents.

The slopes for freeride skiing of the Soča Valley have been increasingly more exciting over the past few years. In this sport it is important to have a healthy amount of boldness and an excellent knowledge of conditions and terrain. We recommend taking a trained guide with you for skitouring or freeride skiing.

Those who are full of energy after skiing, should not forget to try other joys of winter: playful sledding, magical snowshoe tours or cross-country skiing. For a greater adrenaline rush feel free to discover the basics of guided ice climbing.