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Well, ski, of course. This north face mountain was home to many of the competitions of the 1984 Winter Olympic Games. Jahorina is the largest ski area in the country.

It has 8 lifts and over 20 kilometers of pistes all over the mountain that offer Olympic-style professional trails and novice trails for children and beginners. The high season on Jahorina is mid-December to late January. Around the new year it is almost impossible to get accommodation without advance reservations. An alternative for last-minute travelers is to book a hotel in Sarajevo, then drive to Jahorina as it is only about 45 minutes from town.

On the mountain you will find the full range of facilities including an indoor swimming pool, medical centre, information centres, ski rentals, restaurants and caf's, skiing instruction in English and internet access. One advantage to skiing in Bosnia, whether on Jahorina, Bjelasnica or Vlasic, is the incredibly low cost of just about anything. The basics are provided and the skiing is, well, good enough for the Olympics! A one-day ski pass costs 30 KM, 6-day ski pass costs 160 KM. For more information visit www.oc-jahorina.com.

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