Skiing in Poiana Brasov - Regular Updates from Brasov City Hall

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Brasov City Hall updates its website regularly with the latest information regarding the skiing situation in Poiana Brasov (~every three days). Since the upgraded ski area was opened last year in December, both the quality of the skiing and related services improved while the skiing season was extended to four months annually.

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Today, February 15th, skiing & snow conditions are very good on all slopes of Poiana Brasov, of which most used are Bradul (beginner level), Lupului (advanced), Drumul Roşu (intermediate/beginner) and Sulinar (intermediate). Snow measures 100cm (~39in) on Postăvaru Mt, 90cm (~35in) on the Bradul slope and 75cm (~30in) in Poiana Brasov.

The sky is partly sunny with the temperature of -17°C (~1°F) in Postavarul and -13°C (~8°F) Poiana Brasov reported this morning at 9:00.

This past weekend the slopes were quite busy with 63,112 tourniquet crossings recorded on all lift installations in Poiana Brasov.

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