Olympic center Jahorina
Jahorina is a synonym for security to have the snow with a guaranteed minimum of 120 days of skiing! It represents a unique balance between good skiing, nature, fun, tradition and history. Jahorina is a mountain for everyone and affects everyone’s taste. It is specific for its tracks, from mild and wide slopes tailored for beginners to Olympic steepest downhill trails for the most experienced skiers only. The international airport is just 28km away, giving it added value and justifiable label of being the most affordable ski center in the Balkans.
The best value for money!
Jahorina is located in the center of the Balkans, at the point where the cold and hot continental Mediterranean climate meet, with the highest peak of Ogorjelica of 1916m above sea level, which makes winter days spent on Jahorina very healthy and pleasant. Jahorina can boast of the most modern artificial snow-making system which connects the whole resort, i.e. 40km of alpine and 10km of Nordic trails. At any time, perfectly groomed slopes are linked to the most modern ski lifts for transport of skiers and snowboarders, of a total capacity of around 13 000 skiers per hour.
It is especially pleasant to spend day or evening moments in one of the Jahorina cosy corners with a rich gastro and wellness offer. /Instead of the ski center in the heart of the Balkans/
** Winter 2018/2019 is welcomed with fully built and completed system for artificial snow-making of Technoalpin manufacturer, whose products are proven best in the production of snow. The new system will connect the entire ski resort with 88 launchers and 25 cannons and from this season Jahorina will never have a problem with snow. Along with the construction of the system, new ski tracks were built and marked and the existing ones were enlarged and softened in a total length of 40km, including homologated tracks for disciplines of SL, GS, SG and DH. The artificial lake of 75,000 m3 was built at the very top of the mountain and it will be operational both in summer and winter. It will make snow on Jahorina slopes in a natural way, by free fall. Over 1,030 m of wind-stoppers were installed to keep snow.
Construction of new tracks and their snowing gave grounds for Jahorina to run for the maintenance of the Europe Cup for the 2019/2020 season.
The Jahorina ski pass is valid in Slovenian, Serbia and Montenegro ski resorts.
The ski pass from Slovenian, Serbian and Montenegro ski resorts is valid on Jahorina.
SKI SCHOOL of “Olympic Center” – learning skiing is a pleasure!
Highly qualified instructors in the “Olympic Center” ski school can show to all the participants how interesting, easy and exciting it may be to become a skier or border.
Booking points for the ski school:
Sale points of OC Jahorina;
Sport Granzov Hotel at Poljice;
Driving in a snow groomer – Discover the mountain in a different way, ride the groomer after working hours of the ski resort and take unforgettable memories from Jahorina.
Night skiing – sometimes the night skiing is the best way to end the day on the mountain. Jahorina skiers and snowboarders have the opportunity to experience the tracks under the spotlights and spend a day on skis.
The youngest skiers were dedicated the highest attention and two ski kindergartens were prepared for them with a conveyor belt, tubing track and fun props for children. Ski kindergartens are the right places where the youngest skiers and beginners can make their first ski steps and have endless fun in the snow.
Winter Olympics from 08 to19 February1984.
Alpine women skiing competition at the Olympic Games in 1984, was held from 13 to 19 February at Jahorina in the disciplines of downhill, slalom and giant slalom.
- A total of 250,000 tickets were sold, of which 200,000 abroad;
- TV broadcast of the Olympics was followed by two billion people;
- Organization of WOG cost 142.6 million dollars, and half of the revenue was generated from the sale of TV rights to broadcast;
- There were 1,272 athletes from 49 countries, with more than 4,500 journalists reporting from the Games;
- The skier Jure Franko won the first medal for Yugoslavia on the Winter Olympic Games in history – a silver medal in the giant slalom;
- After the Winter Olympics, Sarajevo city remained with 2,850 newly built comfortable apartments, several beautiful hotels and other attractive facilities, and 9,500 new jobs were opened;
- Exhibition on Sarajevo Olympic Games was presented in 1640 cities and places in the former Yugoslavia and the world.
Number of ski facilities: 9 /three six-seaters, one two-seater, three ski lifts and two carpets/
Total capacity of the installation: 13,000 skiers per hour;
The total length of the Alpine slopes: 40km;
The total length of Nordic trails: 10km;
Total number of ski track grooming machines:
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