Freeride Kanin-Sella Nevea

Any level
1 day
All ages
1–6 people
Overview

In a little known area on the borders of Slovenia (Bovec) and Italy (Sella Nevea) is the Kanin/Sela Nevea area of the Julian Alps. There's a little known resort offering wonderful skiing there for all skill levels!


Amazing freeride skiing awaits you in the Julian Alps!

The Kanin/Sella Nevea is a small ski resort that has some of the most precipitation on Europe. The area is a hidden gem where you can always find great powder and ample snow. Freeride and backcountry all day on beautiful powder!

There are noumerous off-piste options for all levels of skier. Advanced skiers will enjoy the steep slopes of the ridge and its descent through a natural window. Beginers can find some good snow by the side of the slopes and there are some great long runs to ski too.

It’s perfect for freeriding. Come ski here this winter and enjoy a quiet, promising trip with wonderful powder.

This program is available from January through March.

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Why book through 57hours?

We’re an adventure loving, rock climbing, tech company that loves all things outdoors-y. Why spend days looking for the right guide and adrenaline rush, when we can (and already did) do it for you? Want a serious guide for a challenging backcountry tour? We know a bunch. How about a guide to show you around the Alps? Check. Maybe your kids want to ski and won’t stop going on about it until you book them a trip. Yes, we know guides who are great for beginners, too. Oh, yeah, every guide we know prioritizes SAFETY and FUN. Book with 57hours, we’ve done your work for you. You’re welcome.

Guides running this program

Mitja Šorn

Mitija was born in Jesenice, Slovenia. He’s a UIAGM mountain guide, ski instructor and sports teacher and the current president of the Slovenian Mountain Guide Association.

He’s still the only guide who can make a living working exclusively in Slovenia! Mitja climbs Triglav more than 25 times per year, which means he’s have climbed the most famous peak in his country over 200 times.

If you want to climb or ski in Slovenian mountains he’s the perfect choice for you. He guides via ferrata, rock climbing, snow climbing, ice climbing, hikes, heliski, freeride skiing and ski touring.

Slovenia has excellent options for all of these activities, so take a look at his trips and find something for yourself.

He speaks English, German, Italian and Spanish.

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