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As Igman is a smaller resort, there are fewer amenities here but the ski resort is popular with locals teaching children to ski on the baby slopes. There are mountain lodges available to stay in or you can stay at nearby Bjelasnica. There are also a restaurant onsite. In Veliko Polje you can enjoy alpine (nordic) skiing or winter walking. Igman is also part of the Sarajevo Olympic history with the old ski jumps still standing (although no longer in use).
Base Height is 1150m
Peak Height is 1492m
Total length of slopes is 3km (1km blue, 1.5km red and 0.5km black)
Longest run is approx 1.6km
There are 3 lifts
Eating & Drinking
Sarajevski Begluk – A short drive from the ski resort this traditional style restaurant is furnished with wooden tables & chairs and comfy cushions. Enjoy a warming cup of Bosnian coffee or sample some local speciality dishes such as begova corba and tufahije for dessert.
You can also drive to Bjelasnica where you'll find more restaurants and cafe-bars.
Winter walking paths
Alpine (nordic) ski
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
4 Star Spa & Wellness Hotel in Bjelasnica