“Due to the lack of natural snow, it was impossible to prepare trails only using artificial snow. However, with the snow that came in recent days, together with the accumulated artificial snow, we can now open the Snowpark ski trail on January 11,” reports the Mountain Trails Agency.
As noted in the statement, the artificial snowmaking system will continue to work in the coming days, in order to make it possible to open a further ski trail.
“Please note that, for safety, the snow cover is only on the marked trail and skiers should not go beyond that trail. Pay attention to the warning signs. We kindly ask you to understand the existing reality and help each other,” the statement reads.