Covasna Ski Resort is a popular winter destination located in the Covasna County of Romania. It is situated in the Eastern Carpathians mountain range, near the town of Covasna.
The resort’s special feature is its location in a picturesque valley, surrounded by forests and mountains, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.
Lőrincz Zsigmond” Ski Covasna map of ski trails
The climate in Covasna Ski Resort is continental, with cold winters and mild summers. The ski season usually starts in December and lasts until March. The resort offers 6.5 km of ski slopes, ranging from easy to intermediate difficulty, and is suitable for both beginners and experienced skiers.
The prices for ski passes, ski equipment rental, and accommodation vary depending on the season and the type of service. As of the current date, a daily ski pass costs around 80 RON (approximately 16 USD), while ski equipment rental costs around 60 RON (approximately 12 USD) per day.
Accommodation options in the area include hotels, guesthouses, and private rentals, with prices ranging from around 150 RON (approximately 30 USD) per night.
There are two webcams available in Covasna Ski Resort. One is located at the base of the ski slopes, offering a view of the ski area and the surrounding mountains, while the other is situated at the top of the mountain, providing panoramic views of the valley and the town of Covasna.
There are several sights nearby that are worth visiting.
One of the most popular attractions in the area is the Bear Lake, a natural reserve located about 20 km from the resort.
The lake is known for its crystal-clear water and the legend that surrounds it.
Another interesting place to visit is the Covasna Spa, a well-known thermal resort that offers various treatments and therapies.
The town of Covasna itself is also worth exploring, with its rich history, traditional architecture, and vibrant culture.