Voras-Kaimaktsalan Ski Center

The Voras-Kaimaktsalan Ski Center is located on the border of Pella prefecture and North Macedonia. Kaimaktsalan in the Voras mountain range is the third highest peak in Greece with an altitude of 2,524 meters. The ski center opened tentatively in 1994 with two lifts and a shelter and was officially launched in 1995. Since then, continuous improvements have been made to its facilities and accessibility.

Facilities & Services

The lowest point of the ski center is at an altitude of 2,050 meters. This is where the central buildings, parking and ski schools are located. At the top of the Kremasi lift, the altitude reaches 2,480 meters.

The Voras-Kaimaktsalan Ski Center has a total of 10 ski slopes and 6 lifts.

The ski slopes are long, wide and only moderately difficult, so it is considered an ideal location for improving technique and for skiing fresh powder.

The Voras-Kaimaktsalan Ski Center also operates:

  • An equipment rental building
  • Ski schools
  • Playland
  • Chalet and restaurant
  • Souvenir shop
  • First aid clinic