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Bjelasnica is the steepest of Bosnia's ski mountains. From the peak at 2,067m (over 6,250ft) the steep slopes quickly bring you to the bottom at 1,200m (3,600ft).

One-day pass costs 30 KM (11 am 4 pm), single ski pass costs 5 KM, seven-day pass costs 185 KM, and provided there are no ridiculous queues you can easily get in a dozen runs in a day. There are medical and toilet facilities on site as well as a mountain rescue team. A few miles from the slopes of Bjelasnica are the ski runs on Igman Mountain, the north face of Bjelasnica.

Igman hosted the ski-jumping competition during the Olympics and has several good but smaller routes. There is also a children's area and a small lift for beginners. Igman is ideal for families and even has horse-drawn carriage rides through the snow. There are ski rentals here as well ( 20-25 KM per day) and the ski-lift passes are the same price as on Bjelasnica. In the valley of Ravna Vala is a long cross-country route that was also used during the Olympics. Although the trails are not in pre-war condition, they are more than suitable for terrific cross-country skiing, hiking and walking.

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