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In the massif of Voras and at an altitude of 2040 to 2524 metres, the slopes of the Ski Resort by the same name are developed.

The resort has been in operation since 1995. The resort is situated at a distance of about 45 km northwest of Edessa and 140 km from Thessaloniki. The long duration of snow covering, the unique natural scenery, but also the possibility of accommodation in traditional villages, which have preserved their traditional colors, has contributed to the quick expansion of their reputation on national level and has led to the ongoing developing tourist movement in the region.

The Voras Ski Resort (Kaimakstsalan) has 6 lifts, which provide access to 13 ski-slopes of several difficulty degrees, while a Snowmobile slope has also been shaped, as well as a Snowboard Fun park to satisfy the most demanding skiers. The wider region is available for mountain ski, providing the possibility of rambling in interesting forest paths.

Experienced trainers are participating in the operation of ski and snowboard schools, offering an enjoyable contact with the exciting winter sports to inexperienced skiers, while the little stores of renting-selling equipment on the ground-floor of the chalet give everyone interested the possibility of obtaining the necessary equipment for a comfortable jaunt in the snow.

In the area of the chalet and at an altitude of 2040 m, a guesthouse operates with a restaurant and an ouzo-tavern, while at 2100 m in a pure-white frozen landscape; the snowbar creates a warm and friendly atmosphere for the relaxation and pleasure of skiers.

This text (extract) has been cited in October 2003 from the Pella Prefecture Tourism Committee tourist pamphlet.


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