Ski Touring and Freeride in Rila & Pirin Mountains, Bulgaria

Ski Touring and Freeride in Rila & Pirin Mountains, Bulgaria
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With their alpine terrain ranging from long open slopes and couloirs to vast tree areas, the Bulgarian Pirin and Rila mountains offer endless opportunities for backcountry skiing and snowboarding. The ski areas in the region provide quick access to long powder runs and forest riding as well as multi day remote hut to hut touring. Join our guide Nikolay Pavlov and have an adventure to remember in the Bulgarian backcountry.

Nikolay Pavlov is a mountain guide with a vast experience in the Bulgarian mountains as well as the European Alps and the Himalayas. Besides his guiding activities, Nikolay is also among the splitboarding pioneers in Bulgaria, being the first and only Bulgarian guide specifically certified for splitboard guiding. Whether with touring skis or a splitboard, Nikolay is always passionate for sharing his time in the mountain with other adventure seeking people.

Nikolay holds a Ski Instructor qualification Class C, as well as a Professional Mountain Guide UIMLA qualification. Tours and teaching classes could be tailored upon request, according to the needs of the clients.


Prices:

Freeride and Off-Piste Guiding (per person):
One day: 1-3 people 170 Euro, 20 Euro per day for each additional person
Two days: 1-3 people 320 Euro, 20 Euro per day for each additional person
Guide / client ratio 1:5
Prices include Avalanche Safety equipment (transceiver, shovel and probe).

Snowboard and Ski School (per person):
2 hour – individual training: 80 €
2 hour – two persons: 55 €
4 hours – individual training: 120 €g
4 hour – two persons: 65 €

Rent:
Splitboard (splitboard, climbing skins, extendable poles) - 40 €
Ski (touring skis, climbing skins, extendable poles) – 40 €
 


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