Eplény, Mátraszentistván, Kékestető, Sátoraljaújhely and Visegrád already have enough snow from snowmaking equipment.
The Eplény ski resort welcomes skiers, hikers, cyclists and tourists all year long. It has 16 different ski trails, tracks and lifts, while the Sport43 non-profit program offers free hiking, ski lessons and snowboarding for students.
According to the information, Eplény is still undergoing development, so some parts are cordoned off, but skiers and snowboarders can use the 1,048-meter A1 slope and the four-seater lift. The resort can be visited without a vaccination certificate.
Mátraszentistván is a real family ski resort, with an Alpine atmosphere and slopes of varying difficulty. This year, a 65-meter magic carpet and new car park are being built, and a bike park is being added for the spring.
Travelers can also enjoy sledding, skating and bobsledding in Sátoraljaújhely. Otherwise, Visegrád is near Budapest, while Kékestető is a favorite of recreational skiers due to its several learning slopes.
Top 5 domestic ski slopes in length:
Eplény Ski Arena Vibe Park: 8 km
Mátraszentistván Ski Park: 4 km
Zemplén Adventure Park, Sátoraljaújhely: 2 km
Visegrád – Nagyvillám: 1.7 km
Kékestető Ski Park: 3,1 km
This season, the list may be extended with another Budapest location: If all goes well, the cross-country skiing and sledding track at Normafa will be put into trial operation at the end of the season.
Other areas, including Dobogókő, Bánkút, Nagy-Hideg-hegy and Pécs, are currently only open to skiers and snowboarders if there is enough naturally occurring snow.