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Borovets (2050 м)

Temperature: 11.6°C

Health Advices

High Altitude Awareness

Above 2 000 m, altitude illness affects 20 percent to 30 percent of visitors from low elevations to some degree. The first thing most people notice is a shortness of breath, especially when exercising. In addition, the heart is likely to beat faster and one may develop nausea, unusual tiredness, headache, or have difficulty sleeping. Those with one or more of these symptoms may have Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS). If the symptoms do not subside shortly, a doctor should be called. Upon arrival in this area, take it easy for the first day or two. Drink two or three times more water or fluid than usual. Limit alcohol consumption for two or three days and minimize caffeine intake. Limit salty foods and increase carbohydrate consumption. Most importantly, listen to your body. Do not push the limits of your physical capabilities.

Contacts

Information center Borosport
2011 Borovets
Phone: (+359) 889 607 000
Fax: (+359) 750 32592
E-mail: info@borovets-bg.com

 

Ski school "Borosport"
For booking individual and group ski lessons and ski packages
Phone number: +359 882 196 848


Ski school "Borosport"

For booking individual and group ski lessons and ski packages
Phone number: +359 882 196 848

 

Mountain Rescue (+359) 887 100 243

Avalanche warning beyond Markudjik 3 Ski Run, in the region of Mousala Circus

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