Infrastructure development and new attractions have led to the price increases, so a daily ski pass for adults (including children over 12 years of age) will cost 55KM during the peak season, tickets for a panoramic ride will cost 15KM and night tickets will cost 50KM.
A daily ticket for children (6-11 years) costs 45KM, a ticket for a panoramic ride costs 10KM, and a ticket for night skiing during the peak season costs 40KM.
Youngsters (from the age of six) accompanied by an adult may ski free of charge.
A season pass that is valid Monday through Friday costs 600KM, a pass that is valid every day costs 950KM, and a seven-day pass costs 250KM.
Discounts will be given to those who already hold ski passes from the 2018/2019 season, students who have EYCA and ISIC cards, ISIA membership card holders, as well as organized groups.
We'd like to remind you that the Alpine coaster (on a 2.5-km track) opened recently on Jahorina, and it's tubing that youngsters enjoy the most.
The opening of the gondola, which stretches over 1,000 meters and has 36 cabins, is set for November 30, and skiers will have access to three new lanes this year.
There are plans to install lighting along the Poljice and Šator lanes, to offer a ski pre-school and to put a lake on the top of the mountain, to build a restaurant at the top station for the Poljice six-seater lift, as well as many other activities.
You can find more detailed information about ticket rates for the pre-/post-season, mid-season and peak season at the following link.