In upper Savinja Valley, about halfway between Ljubljana and Maribor lies Ljubno, which opens the way to the beautiful Logar Valley. The first ski jumping attempts took place before the Second Wold War when Jaka Vodušek carried out experimental jumps on his military skies and today, these jumps could be called ski jumping. Since 1947, when an agreement was signed to design a 60m ski jump with the Planica ski jump designer, engineer Stanko Bloudek, the jumps have been constantly upgraded and completed. At the beginning of the millennium, the hills were completed with plastic grounding and lighting, which created one of the best conditions for ski jumping training in Slovenia. The largest hill, which enables jumps exceeding 100m, is constructed in accordance with FIS regulations.