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Ski Krvavec

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Krvavec is a ski resort rising out of thick forests at the top of the Kamnik Alps, it's small, and though there's room to stay on site, a lot of people drive down from Kranj or Ljubliana to ski the resort's 35kms of downhill pistes – which breaks up into five black runs, 13 red runs and eight blue runs. The pistes are between 1,450 and 1,971 metres, which means they get plenty of snow.

Krvavec is just a corner of the Bohinj Ski Area – ski passes that cover the whole region grant skiers access to 82 stretches of piste. The resort has a snowboarding park with jumps and a half pipe, and there's also a ski kindergarten.

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