There are not any other bobsleigh tracks that has seen so much then this one. Witnessing the Winter Olympics and war doesn’t happen on a regular occasion. If concrete walls could talk, they would have a lot to tell. The 1984 Winter Olympics was held in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia (today Bosnia Herzegovina). After the Winter Olympics, the track was used for other competitions until the start of the Yugoslav wars in 1991 that would include the Siege of Sarajevo the following year. The track was damaged as a result of the siege which occurred during the Bosnian War. During the siege, the track was used as an artillery position by Bosnian Serb forces.Today, the tracks are abandoned and still remain mostly intact with war wounds of defensive fighting holes, drilled into one of the last turns of the course. How to get there The bobsleigh and luge track resides on Trebevic mountian and goes up to 1300m. If your not a local its a bit of a hassle to get up there. My best suggestion would be going to the tourist office and getting a copy of the Hiking Guide in Bosnia book. This book is at the tourist office and you can use their photocopier to make a copies of the […] Read More