In 1984, Mount Jahorina played host to the world during the Winter Olympics. 35 years later, it remains an excellent destination for winter sport.
Stretching to 1,916 metres above sea level, Jahorina is normally covered in between of one and three metres of snow during the Winter (December to end of March). With 30 kilometres of trails and eight ski lifts (including three new six-seater high-speed lifts), this mountain can host up to 8,500 skiers per hour.
Click on this map to see the pistes and the locations of our Gold, Silver and Bronze options.
In spite of these excellent facilities and ski fields, Jahorina remains an undiscovered gem of Europe. Avoiding the congestion and high prices of the Alps of Western Europe, Jahorina is a haven for in-the-know skiers and snowboarders.
With equipment hire for only €11 per day and food and drinks payable in the local “Bosnian Marks,” you pay only a fraction of what you would in Austria, Switzerland or France.
New to skiing or snowboarding? Don’t worry, there are slopes for every skill level from the most intense adrenaline junkies to those looking for a gentler ride. The on-site resort also offers ski and snowboard lessons from as low as €11 an hour for group lessons or €25 an hour for individual 1-to-1 sessions.