A typical day at Bjelašnica will have you cruising down the groomers for a few warm-up runs before hooking up with locals for back-country-esque rides in and out of the trees. When you need a break, bump runs in light powder await. After, pita, beans and sausage, and beer will have you refueled for night skiing. During the winter, which lasts from November until May, there is usually several meters of snow on Bjelašnica. New slopes have been added and with a new ski lift the mountain once again attracts Sarajevans and ski lovers from around Europe to revisit its old glory. Cruising from 2,000 meters to the 1,200-meter base is a spine-tingling experience on her steep slopes. Ski lift tickets are extremely cheap compared to some other ski centers in Europe. Ski lifts – six total – have almost no lines. The crowds are even thinner for night skiing. There are many apartments for rent as well as a handful of excellent hotels and restaurants to round off the offer. The summer also has a lot in store for nature lovers of all kind. It is great hiking and mountain biking terrain with a plethora of fun attractions in the vicinity.