On the sunny morning of August 30th, 2019, the new Havarija na Kopu Kolubara ski slope opened in the town of Lazarevac, Serbia. The opening was attended by Serbian Minister of Youth and Sports Vanja Đedović, who was present to cut the ribbon and officially open the ski slope.
The ski slope is located in the Lazarevac municipality, which is located in the Šumadija region of Serbia. It is situated on the slopes of the Kopu Kolubara mountain, which is part of the Šar Mountain chain. The ski slope is equipped with a modern ski lift, a snowmaking system, a snow grooming system, and a children's ski lift. The ski slope is well-equipped to provide a safe and enjoyable skiing experience for all levels of skiers.
The opening of the ski slope is a major milestone for the region, as it is the first ski slope in the area. It is expected to be a major boost to the local economy, as it will attract tourists from all over Serbia and beyond. It is also expected to provide employment opportunities for local residents.
At the opening ceremony, Minister Đedović praised the efforts of the local government and its citizens in making the ski slope a reality. She noted that the ski slope was a great example of how the local government and its citizens can work together to create something great. She also highlighted the importance of investing in the youth of Serbia, and the importance of providing them with access to sports and recreational activities.
The ski slope is expected to be a major draw for tourists and locals alike. It is a great way to spend a day in the beautiful Šumadija region. It is also a great way to get active and enjoy the winter season. The ski slope is sure to be a popular destination for years to come.
The opening of the Havarija na Kopu Kolubara ski slope is a major milestone for the region. It is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the local government and its citizens. It is also a great way to promote the region and get people active and enjoying the winter season.