Uzana Resort is located right at the feet of the Ispolin Summit in the heart of the Balkan Mountain Range, 1240 meters above the sea level, and just 22 kilometres away from Gabrovo. The small and modest mark that shows the real centre of the country is a real attraction for the tourists in this small paradise site. The visitors of the area can stay at the other 8 hotels scattered in the region and providing excellent accommodation and services. The site provides great opportunities for winter, mountain and ecological tourism. The near by situated hut “Uzana” is part of an international walking highway, that reaches the shores of the Black sea. The sites provides wonderful conditions for relaxing holiday throughout the year. The interest of the tourists is huge and the complex is getting more and more popular. The ski season starts in the middle of December and ends in the beginning of April. The total length of the slopes in the site is 3 kilometres. The Usana site offers a professional ski slope that is 1300 meters long and is equipped with Pomagalski drag. The beginners can use the other 7- 8 smaller slopes. Until recently the resort was only popular among the Bulgarians but more and more foreign tourist are visiting the area combine their vacation in the heart of the Balkan Mountain Range with the typical for the region folklore tourism. That is why local tourist enterprisers offer special courses for foreigners to learn more about the Bulgarian folklore,customs and culture.
Uzana is surrounded by the natural park “Bulgarka”, which is famous for the diverse flora and fauna.
There are plenty of attractions in Uzana, during the winter visitors can hire motor sleights or kites and have fun in the fluffy snow; ski equipment is available for purchase and hire as well. There is also a horse school offering riding lessons and horse ridding through the mountain!
There are plans to build another bigger and better slope ski slope trough the natural park “Balgarka”. The surrounding sites of Uzana are suitable for speleologist and rock climbing.
Just a few kilometres away is the open-air ethnographic museum “Etara” where one can learn more about the Bulgarian crafts or enjoy the traditional Bulgarian cuisine in the numerous local restaurants. The “Sokolski” monastery is situated just several kilometres away from the Uzana site. The renaissance towns- Bojenci and Trqvna, which saved their architectural appearance for hundreds of years, are also in the vicinity.