|Hill record:||86.5 m (Robert Leonhardt , 1989-02-19, EC)|
|Further jumps:||K50, K30, K15|
|Year of construction:||1974|
|Operating until:||ca. 1992|
|Status:||out of order|
|Ski club:||SRC Vlašić Travnik|
|Coordinates:||44.310333, 17.575224 ✔|
Located at around 1300 m altitude, Babanovac in Vlašić mountains is a wintersports resort near the city of Travnik in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Presumably, the ski jumping hill there was constructed in 1974 and hosted the annual international Vlašić Cup competitions since 1975. Between 1981 and 1989, the competitions were part of the Europa Cup, attracting up to 12,000 spectators.
Before the Olympic Winter Games 1984, Yugoslavian ski jumpers were trained at Travnik by Polish coach Janusz Fortecki to be able to participate in the Olympics as prejumpers.
After the normal hill was partially destroyed during the Yugoslav Wars in 1990's, during the 2000's there had been plans to reactivate the hill and an application for EU funding had been submitted in 2007. New plans to reconstruct the ski jump with a hotel inside the inrun tower were revealed in 2016.