Jahorina Mountain is situated in southeastern Bosnia and Herzegovina, located in Pale. It borders fellow Olympic mountain Trebević. Jahorina is 1913 meters (6276 feet) tall, making it the second tallest of Sarajevo's mountains, behind Bjelašnica. During the 1984 Winter Olympics, Jahorina was the site of the women's alpine skiing events.
When someone mentions Jahorina, the first thing coming to one's mind is snow and skiing, because only Jahorina has the Paradise valley. Since 1923, when the skies were used for the first time on Jahorina, on Vukelina voda plateau, this mountain has been providing excellent conditions not only for the top-notch athletes, but also for all fans of winter sports and joys of winter.Jahorina belongs to the Dinaric mountain system. The length of the massive dominating the surroundings and lacking clear morphological, biological, and hydrological boundaries or a clear boundary to the neighboring mountains is 25-30 km, with a width of 5-15 km. The highest peak is Ogorjelica – 1916 m. There is snow on the mountain for around 180 days per year, from November to April. The average height is almost 100 cm, and the lowest temperatures occur in January, with an average daily temperature of -9.9 ⁰ C. Fog is rare and can occur in spring and fall. There is no strong north wind, and southern winds are blowing on the peaks of Jahorina.
Distance from Sarajevo: 30km