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Bjelasnica has less slopes, but longer runs than Jahorina and is particularly popular with more advanced skiers or snowboaders (although again has slopes for everyone). There are slightly less amenities on Bjelasnica, but you will still find ski, snowboard & boot rental, sledge hire, ski instructors and several restaurants and bars. Accommodation can be found at the base of the mountain. Both hotels and chalet/apartments are available. Cheaper than Jahorina, Bjelasnica is a perfect budget ski holiday destination.
Base Height is 1270m
Peak Height is 2060m
Total length of slopes is 14km (5km blue, 7km red, 2km black)
Longest run is approx. 3.2km
Number of blue, red and black
There are 7 lifts
Night skiing available
Ski Passes, Equipment Rental & Lessons
Adult Day Pass €17.50
Adult 7 Day Pass €100.00
Adult Full Ski/Snowboard Rental 1 Day approx. €10.00
Adult Private 1 Day lesson approx. €60.00
Eating & Drinking
Prica - Friendly and cosy restaurant offering tasty traditional dishes including sarma and klepe. Located along the main road opposite the ski trails and lifts.
Benetton – Owned by the ski resort, this place is usually popular due to its close proximity to the chair lift. They have a large outdoor terrace to enjoy a coffee or beer. The menu serves a mixture of grilled meats and traditional dishes such as “pita”.
Planinska Kuca – With its rustic interior & cosy feel, this is a great place to enjoy a meal at a mountain restaurant. The menu consists of dishes from the grill such as cevapcici and traditional dishes such as burek and cobanac lonac (a heart-warming soup/stew). Don’t forget to order a side of ustipci (fried doughnut) with kaymak.
Spa & wellness available in hotels
Sporting facilities at hotels including gyms & swimming pools
4 Star Spa & Wellness Hotel in Bjelasnica