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We asked for you: What does a day of ski patrol look like?

Ski pistes are their domain. Their commitment is at maximum level. Those who do not respect the rules on the pistes are their opponents. Who are ski patrollers? This is the first of our series of interviews with inspiring people who do important and usually exhaustive work in ski resorts. They are often invisible and…

Gopass Skialp Challenge: a challenge for ski touring fans

Do you like ski touring? Then grab your touring skis and join the Gopass Skialp Challenge. In the Jasná and Štrbské Pleso resorts, you can participate in the so-called Gopass Skialp Challenge. Compare your performance with others! Just put your ski touring skins on, activate Gopass and climb one of the ski touring trails in…

World Cup in Jasná 2024

What and who is behind the success of the biggest skiing event of this winter? The World Cup in Jasná ended a while ago. Now it's time to take you…

Records with the Smart Season Pass

How is it to make thousands of piste kilometres per season? Thanks to his Smart Season Pass and love for skiing, Adrian broke the record of more than 3,000 piste kilometres made in one season. He managed to complete 3,649 kilometres during the 22/23 season. Overjoyed and full of enthusiasm, he tells us about his…

Jasná from a bike saddle

It’s easier with an e-bike Did you know that there is the first official cycle route in Jasná? Cycle route: Zadné vody – Vrbické pleso (tarn) – Repiská – Lúčky – Široká dolina (valley) – Biela púť Try this 25-kilometre-long medium-difficult cycle route in the beautiful embrace of Demänovská dolina (valley). For more information, visit…

Sheep are coming back to Jasná

The project focused on the return of the shepherding tradition and traditional Wallachian sheep to Jasná continues. A lot of new attractions are waiting for visitors who come to the biggest ski resort in Slovakia. People can meet the sheep in the area of Priehyba on the southern side of Mt Chopok from Saturday 1st…