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Trebevic Mountain
Trebevic Mountain
Trebevic is the closest Olympic Mountain to the city. As such, Trebevic has been one of the favorite local outdoor spots accessible by cable-car in only 12 minutes. During the Winter Olympics in 1984 it was the venue for the bob-sledge competition.
Location: Natural Sites & Mountains
The first mountain hut on Trebevic was built in 1896. After the hut built at Sofe spot, another mountain shelter was built in 1907 at Dobre vode, then a mountain hut at Ravne in 1932. The Cultural Association "Napredak” opened a new multimedia mountain hut with a restaurant and accommodation for 60 persons.

 Abundant conifer forests and a spectacular forest trail built by the Austro-Hungarians, guaranties great hiking and some of the greatest panoramic snapshots of the city. You can either walk up to one of the mountain huts and join local mountaineers in song and dance, follow the forest trail down to the Hunters' Hut at Brus, hike across Dobre vode, see the botanical garden "Alpinetum", climb the top of the mountain and see the remains of the bob sledge or the old cable-car. There are numerous flora and fauna species. Trebevic is also considered to be one of the last snow vole habitats. It was declared a protected natural site.