Thanks to the snow cannons the Hungarian ski slopes in Eplény, Mátraszentistván, Sátoraljaújhely and Visegrád are usually open until early April. Normafa Park in Budapest also has a cross-country ski track with snow cannons. If the temperature drops below eight or nine degrees at night, these modern devices provide snow of adequate quality, but the real enemy of ski slopes is not the sun, but the rain, which can “eat up" the snow. Let's see where you can go skiing and snowboarding (as long as the rain stays away).
In the heart of Bakony
Eplény – Síaréna Vibe Park
Eplény has the largest and most modern ski centre in the country. It strives to operate year round and welcomes skiers and snowboarders with 16 ski slopes, chairlifts, traction lifts, a slalom course and continuously updated places to eat and drink. The final weekend of the ski season is usually the start of the chairlift season, which lasts until November, meaning there are things to do all year round.