This is an epic hike over one of the most attractive mountains in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Prenj is an adventure including ascents to high peaks and amazing karst scenery.
Milanova koliba is the old hut located next to the newly built Mountain Hut Međuprenje. It is used as a shelter where you can sleep and hide from the rain. You need to have your own sleeping bag and food.
Located on beautiful mountain Prenj, Međuprenje is a newly built hut just next to the old Milanova koliba hut. It has a small kitchen and its own water tank. It is owned and managed by Mountain Club Prenj Glogošnica 1979.
Jedna Sniježnica, koja je najveća na Prenju, nalazi se na obodu Poljica. To je „bunarasta“ vrtača, širine preko 30 metara, dužine skoro 60 metara, dubine 10 – 15 metara. Zbog skoro stalnog zadržavanja snijega, i u ljetnim najsušnijim mjesecima, teško je utvrditi dubinu ove vrtače. U topografskim kartama se nekada navodi kao Poljička peć, ali je mnogi miješaju s drugom pećinom koja se nalazi iznad Poljica u Zaušlju (između Botina i Poljica). Jama Sniježnica nalazi se u Zakantarju (zapadni Prenj). Pored nje se nalazi kameni prerast (okno). Izvor: Variščić Amir, ur. (2012), Prenj, Udruženje za zaštitu okoline Zeleni Neretva Konjic, Konjic.
This is a hut where you can sleep and hide from the rain. You need to have your own sleeping bag and food. It has two rooms with a capacity of 10 beds.
Prenj is a mountain range in the Dinaric Alps of southern Bosnia and Herzegovina, located in eastern Herzegovina near Mostar, Jablanica and Konjic. Otiš is one of the notable peaks on this mountain with an altitude of 2097 MASL.
Zelena glava is the highest peak on Prenj Mountain. It has an altitude of 2155 MASL and it is located in the central part of Prenj. There are several other peaks of similar height on Prenj.
The Bijele Vode Shelter is located near the Mountain Lodge "Adnan Krilić". It is a renovated old katun (shepherd's hut) and is nowdays used as a shelter for travelers. The max capacity is 10 people.
The lodge is located on a slight hill above the Valley Bijele Vode (1450 m), and provides views of the surrounding peaks of Prenj mountain. The lodge has 3 rooms, with a maximum capacity of 40 beds. It has cold running water and uses a small wind turbine as an alternative power source.
This lodge was built in 1953. Today, rebuilt with more accommodation capacity, it is managed by Mountain-Ski Club Prenj from Mostar. It is a one floor building with a dining room for about 40 persons. The max capacity is 42 beds. The lodge has public electricity access and cold and hot running water.