Milan Petrović

Ski instruktor

Milan Petrović – ski instructor

Was born in July 1995 in Raska. He has been skiing since he was three years old, starting from a ski school, through a ski club, to a ski instructor. He is a multiple champion of Serbia in giant slalom and a licensed ski instructor from the age of eighteen. He has an ISIA license issued and certified by the Ski Association of Serbia. With his colleagues and, above all, friends from the school where he works (and from other ski schools), he has been successfully training ski school students for 10 years.

Quality work, as well as a huge commitment to work, gives the result that the student of the ski school is proud of his skiing skills and that he feels safe in himself and his skiing. Take advantage of quality and experience and improve your skiing techniques. Skiing is best learned when you learn in the right way, from the very beginning, with a professional instructor.

4 members

consists of our family team

10 years

work experience

999 +

satisfied attendees

5842 +

hours of work

Price list 2023/24

  • Individual lessons
  • 55
    for TWO people
  • one ski lesson
  • Insurance
  • Individual lessons
  • 45
    for ONE person
  • one ski lesson
  • Insurance
  • Group lessons
  • 99
    for THREE days
  • two ski lesson
  • Insurance

About the ski center Kopaonik

Kopaonik, as the largest ski center in Serbia, with excellently prepared trails, offers enjoyment to all categories of skiers, from beginners to advanced skiers. Kopaonik Ski Center covers about 55 km of trails and ski trails arranged for alpine and nordic skiing. For lovers of night skiing in the center of the ski resort, the “Malo Jezero” trail is illuminated. In addition, for the youngest skiers and all other beginners, who are making their first ski steps, there is a secured space “ski kindergarten” with a conveyor belt that makes it easier to master basic skiing skills.

Kopaonik has over 50 kilometers of groomed alpine trails, of which 6 are FIS trails for slalom and giant slalom. The slopes are served by a system of 24 lifts with a total capacity of over 33,000 skiers per hour, which makes it one of the largest ski resorts in this part of Europe. The center has 3 six-seater, 7 four-seater (4 folding – 6,600 skiers per hour and 3 regular – 4,200 skiers per hour), 2 two-seater, 2 anchor ski lifts, 8 plate ski lifts and 3 connecting ski lifts. It has 15 easy, 10 medium and 7 difficult trails.

What is very important to note is that all the trails are interconnected and about ten meters away from the central hotel complex. For hotels, apartments, cottages and other accommodation facilities that are far from the departure stations of the cable cars, there are several private carriers that regularly operate to the starting stations of the cable cars.


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