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    WIN! A SKI ADVENTURE FOR TWO TO SLOVENIA @ Snow Magazine

    Snow Magazine and the Slovenia Tourist Board are offering you the chance to win a half board holiday for two to the Julian Alps including flights and ski pass

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    Five reasons to ski Slovenia
    For great value skiing, head east. Just two hours from the UK, Slovenia offers a blend of accessible slopes, majestic scenery, family-friendly resorts and authentic charm.



    It’s way cheaper than the ‘main Alps’
    Everything in Slovenia’s Julian Alps is better value, from your lift pass to your après-ski beer (from £1.50 a pint) and meals out. A four-day pass covering three different resorts costs from less than £90, while you can tuck into a hearty bowl of homemade stew for less than £3. Getting there is cheaper too, with flights from £20 and hotel rooms from as little as £50 a night. Car hire is affordable (around £55 a week), making it easy to explore the many smaller resorts, as well as the main centres.



    There’s skiing for everyone
    Slovenia is especially great for beginners. Its main resorts – Bled, Bohinj and Kranjska Gora – have plenty of uncrowded, queue-free wide open runs but there’s some terrific freeride terrain for experts too, plus the thrilling World Cup downhill run. Freestyle fans will love the snow-parks and families will adore the opportunities for dog-sled rides and snowshoeing. Oh, and there’s also the world’s highest ski jump – Planica.

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    Authentic charm
    Slovenia is steeped in history and unspoilt charm. Fairytale Bled is dominated by its beautiful lake – the most photographed site in the country. Bohinj is a collection of small villages nestled around a lake, ideal for those who prefer peace and quiet, while Slovenia’s biggest resort, Kranjska Gora, is home to some vibrant après.



    Short transfers
    Slovenia excels in instant access! A two-hour flight from Luton – less than the coach transfer time from airport to resort in some alpine resorts – can be followed by a 10-15min transfer.



    Stunning scenery
    Most of the skiing in Slovenia is in the wild Triglav National Park, and although the mountains here are lower than traditional alpine resorts, the forest-clad slopes and beautiful Lake Bohinj offer a spectacular alternative to busy bustling Alpine resorts, with many a pretty tree-lined run.



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    The prize
    This fantastic prize Includes: Flights and Half Board accommodation as well as a Slovenia ski pass allowing you to ski any resort in the Julian Alps!



    What is the name of the major mountain range in Slovenia
    Swiss Alps
    Julian Alps >>>>>> my answer
    French Alps

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