Kranjska Gora is one of Slovenia's largest and most visited ski resorts. Most of its ski slopes are relatively gentle and just perfect for easy skiing. Visitors to the resort can choose from ski runs accessible from the village of Kranjska Gora as well as those in the nearby village of Podkoren and the Planica valley.
One of the resort's unusual attractions is an Eskimo village whose igloos house a hotel, a restaurant, and a bar and host evening parties with DJs. Visitors to the village can choose from various winter activities such as tobogganing, snow golf, and snowshoe hiking.
Kranjska Gora hosts several world-class winter sports events, including the annual Vitranc Cup slalom and giant slalom races. Each year, World Cup ski jumping and ski flying competitions are held in the nearby Planica valley, famous for its large ski jumping and ski flying hills where world records have been set since 1934 .
In winter, the Kranjska Gora ski resort offers 18 ski runs, a ski school, a ski equipment hire service, a hotel, a restaurant, a snow playground for children, childcare services, cross-country ski trails, tobogganing, snowshoe hiking, and off-piste skiing.
- Height above sea level: 800 -1,200 metres
- Skiing area: 120 hectares
- Total length of ski pistes: 30 kilometres