Bansko is a town in southwestern Bulgaria, located at the foot of the Pirin Mountains at an elevation of 927 m above sea level. Bansko has 48 km of pistes. Top of the area is at 2.600 m above sea level.
Orientation of the slopes is to the north and when you add snow making machines we can say that snow reliability is great. New investments in last 10-15 years transformed the resort from old eastern European village into modern ski centre. Blue slopes are dominant, even reds are not tricky at all. The hardest piste is called Tomba after Italian ski superstar. It is venue for women world cup races (if you want to try it avoid middle of February because it is closed due to preparations for the race).
Grooming is not up to standards met at Alpine resorts in western Europe. If you want to ski off piste in Bansko you will be mainly skiing in wooded areas around Todorka lift. You will also find some interesting short lines between trees around Mosta lift.
The best idea is to hire local guide for a day because spots around Todorka are not easily found and are prone to avalanches (there were several lives lost in past few years).
Bansko has small snow park just by Plato lift. It has 4 kickers (2 for beginners and 2 for advanced riders) and also several rails, rainbows and fun boxes. You will find natural elements (small kickers, walls etc.) all around the resort, hence you will have lot of fun even outside the park.