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School Ski Trip to Sella Nevea


Excellent snow conditions

Best-suited to beginners and intermediates

Ski in 2 countries - Italy and Slovenia

Resort Information

Fancy skiing in two different countries? On a school ski trip to Sella Nevea, you’ll have the opportunity to ski in both Italy and Slovenia! In the Julian Alps, the Kanin-Sella Nevea ski resort straddles the border between Italy and Slovenia. The resort encompasses the slopes of Mt. Kanin and the Sella Nevea pass. Really popular with local skiers from Italy, Slovenia and nearby Austria, Sella Nevea is still relatively ‘under the radar’ when it comes to British skiers. As well as uncrowded slopes, Sella Nevea is also known for its excellent snow record – the ski season here lasts from November until May!

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Total Piste

28 km

Top Piste Altitude

1863 m

Longest Run

3 km

Transfer time to resort

2 hours from Ljubliana, 18 hours from Calais

Vertical drop

731 m



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Skiing Information

If your school ski group consists mainly of beginners and intermediates, then Sella Nevea is the perfect choice for your school ski trip. A medium-sized ski resort, Sella Nevea offers a whopping 731m vertical descent over 11 pistes. Bovec, on the Slovenian side, is one of that country’s largest winter sports resorts and boasts fantastic sunshine. Sella Nevea, on the other hand, gets less of the sun, but does tend to keep the snow slightly better for this. So this really is a resort where all bases are covered, weather-wise!


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Hotel club Nevea

This impressive 3 star hotel is right at the bottom of the slopes and in the centre of the village. It has 39 en-suite rooms, 3-4 bedded for students and twins for teachers. All rooms have satellite TV and a balcony.

The hotel has got is own restaurant offering a superb range of culinary delights: a continental breakfast, hot lunches in a mountain restaurant and three-course dinner with a salad bar. Mineral water is served to students and wine to teachers.

Other facilities include a bar, games room, TV room where guests can watch movies, a hall and common areas. Free Wi-Fi is available in common areas. The heated ski and boot room leads directly into the slopes