The Todorka top offers some of the best views over the surrounding landscapes, and at the most clear days you are able to spot a good view of the Aegean Sea. The slopes from Todorka are marked red and usually, when there isn’t enough snow just a few of those trails are open (2-3). The red and black slopes are usually sparsely populated, as many novices find them more challenging. However the blue slopes are very busy and the densely population, with novice skiers, makes them more dangerous than the red or even black slopes sometimes.
The Plateau is another stop for great scenic views of the town village and the flat Bulgarian landscape bellow the mountain end. From the Plateau you can also admire the grandiose view of Todorka up close with its sharp steep sites. The Plateau is usually very busy and could be hard finding a seat if you decide to relax before going down your next slope run.
Overall, you could get the impression that this is a resort mostly tailored for 18-25 year olds, with loud music and disco platforms on the Plateau and Banderitsa.