Rogla Ski Resort
Surface lift from Mašinžaga to Jurgovo
|Location||Rogla, Zreče, Slovenia|
|Nearest city||Slovenske Konjice|
|Vertical||467 m (1,532 ft)|
|Top elevation||1,517 m (4,977 ft)|
|Base elevation||1,050 m (3,445 ft)|
|Skiable area||90 hectares (220 acres)|
|Runs||13.5 km (8.4 mi) total|
5.7 km (3.5 mi) easy
5.3 km (3.3 mi) medium
2.5 km (1.6 mi) difficult
|Longest run||1.32 km (0.82 mi)|
|Lift system||11 (2 chairlifts, 9 surface lifts)|
|Snowfall||550 cm (220 in)|
Unitur Rogla (Slovene: Smučišče Rogla) is a Slovenian ski resort opened in 1975. It is located in Rogla, Zreče at the top of Zreško Pohorje. After being most visited Slovenian ski resort for four years in a row, it was the second most visited in the country with 202,230 skiers in 2017/18 season. It is the seventh largest Slovenian ski resort by ski area, with totally 13.5 km (8.4 mi) of ski slopes.
In 1974 Unior's management commissioned studies for the development of Rogla as a ski resort. The road leading to the peak was widened and the first ski lifts were built.
In 1978 construction began on the Hotel Dobrava in Zreče and the Hotel Planja on Rogla. The Hotel Planja opened in 1980, with the new ski lifts, and by 1981 the Hotel Dobrava had opened, along with a new swimming pool and athletics and football stadium.
By the 1990s Rogla had a capacity of over 1,200 beds and ski lifts handling 12,200 skiers per hour.
|Season||No. of skiers||Skiing
- Hotel Planja
- Hotel Rogla
- Hotel Brinje
- Rogla Bungalows
- Jurgovo Cabins
- Jelka Youth Accommodation
- Dom na pesku
- Fun Park Rogla (snowboarding)
- Alpine coaster Zlodejevo (year round)
- Stadium at 1,500 m altitude (soccer, athletics)
- Sports hall at 1,500 m altitude (tennis, basketball, fitness, squash, climbing wall, handball)
- Outside courts at 1,500 m altitude (tennis, basketball, handball, small football)
- Cross country skiing (30 km/19 miles)
- "The grand finale of the ski season in Slovenia". I Feel Slovenia. Retrieved 1 October 2017.
- "Smučarska sezona 2017/2018: Pripravljeni na snežne užitke in nove rekorde". Dnevnik. Retrieved 29 November 2017.
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