Prahova Valley is the top destination for winter sports in Romania.
The slopes and trails were designed for recreational downhill , cross country skiing, alpine skiing, randonee skiing, extreme skiing and snowboarding, and snowkiting are found in Sinaia, Azuga and Busteni. Heli skiing can be practiced from Sinaia on the Bucegi Plateau.
Sinaia ski slopes: 16 slopes, including the most common: Carp - length 1382 m, 449 m level difference, difficulty - very difficult; Dorului Valley Sub lift 2 - length 804 m, 230 m difference in level, difficulty degree medium, Sun Valley 2 - length 1200 m, 200 m level difference, difficulty - easy difficult. The slopes are served by gondola, ski lifts, lifts.
Busteni ski slopes: Kalinderu I - 1450 m long, 300 m level difference, difficulty degree medium; Kalinderu II - 1200 m long, 300 m level difference, difficulty degree medium. The Slopes are serviced by a lift.
Azuga ski slopes, with the most renowned slopes Sorica and Cazacu ski slopes – with a length of over 2000 m, 560 m difference in level, difficulty degree medium. The slopes are served by: gondola and ski lift.
Baby-ski slopes or beginners slopes can be found in all resorts: Sinaia - Gondola - 150m long, 15m level difference, difficulty - easy difficult, served by a baby lift; Busteni; Busteni - Fun Park; Azuga - Sorica- length 150 m, 8 m level difference, difficulty easy / blue conveyer served; Cazacu School - 130 m long, 10 m level difference, difficulty easy difficult served by baby lift.
Sledge lovers can go sledding in Sinaia beneath the gondola, in Busteni a sledge slope on the upper slope Kalinderu, with a length of 200 m and an average width of 20 m and in Azuga on the Sorica slope's foot.
Every local ski resort has schools that can provide all the necessary equipment and well trained teachers.