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Погледана 17 пут(a), скинута са сервера 5 пут(a)

близу  Breka, Republika Srpska (Босния һәм Герцеговина)

This trail connects Zelengora and Maglic. The hike from Suha brings you near to the borders of Perućica indigenous forest nature reserve, passes below Maglić and descends to the heart-shaped Trnovačko lake.
Mountain hut Donje Bare is located at Donje Bare lake. The hut has two bedrooms, a livingroom with a fireplace, a kitchen and bathroom.
Donje Bare, a lake on Zelengora, is around 200 m in length, around 140 m wide, and up to 4m deep. It is located on 1475 MASL.
Borić viewpoint is reached by emerging onto a sharp slope to Sutjeska, from where you can see the canyon, mountains Vučevo, Maglić, Volujak, Perućica rainforest, Dragoš sedlo and Prijevor, Tjentište valley, and remnants of the ancient cities Vratar and Vrata.
Sutjeska National Park is the oldest and largest national park in BiH and its great worth and beauty makes it a true gem of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It includes the area of Sutjeska in which also lies the Strict Nature Reserve Perućica, parts of mountains Maglić (2,386 m- highest peak in BiH), Volujak, Vučevo and Zelengora. Thanks to its well-kept, exceptional natural values, since 2000 NP Sutjeska has been listed in Category II of IUCN (UN department for conservation of nature and natural wealth). NP Sutjeska is the most diverse complex of ecosystems in BiH and one of most diverse in South-Eastern Europe. It is characterized by exceptional beauty and a diversity of landscapes, ranging from mild valleys, dense forest complexes, mountain pastures to high mountain massifs found throughout the Park. On Zelengora Mountain there are eight glacial lakes popularly called “mountain eyes”, and other notable features of the area include the deep canyons of Sutjeska, Hrčavka and Jabučnica and crystal clear mountain rivers rich in brook trout. The fundus of wild life and rare plants, some of them endemic, is rich and precious. In the very heart of the park is the Strict Nature Reserve Perućica (1,434 ha), the best-preserved and largest rainforest in Europe, where any element of human intervention has been strictly forbidden since the National Park was established. Many monuments of ancient as well as more recent history can be found in National Park Sutjeska. (source:npsutjeska.net)
Prašuma Perućica je jedna od najvećih i najočuvanijih prašuma u Evropi, nalazi se unutar nacionalnog parka Sutjeska i po IUCN kategorizaciji pripada kategoriji strogi prirodni rezervat. Naučna i obrazovna vrijednost drevne šume Perućice poznata je još od 1956. godine, a Park je pod zaštitom UNESCO-a. Perućica se nalazi između najviših planinskih vrhova Maglića (2386 m), Volujaka (1978 m) i Snježnice (1804 m), a od Zelengore dijeli je kanjon Sutjeske. Površina prašume iznosi 1434 ha. U središtu prašume Perućice nalazi se vodopad Skakavac, hidrogeološki fenomen, koji se obrušava sa visine 80 metara. Perućica se odlikuje visokim biodiverzitetom flore i faune, visokovrijednim pejzažima, šumskim zajednicama koju čine crna i bijela joha, hrast kitnjak, grab i crni bor, predplaninska bukva i klekovina bora, smreka, jela, i mnoge druge vrste. Ovdje obitavaju rijetke, ugrožene i endemične biljne i životinjske vrste. Posjeta prašumi moguća je samo uz najavu i prisustvo vodiča iz Nacionalnog parka Sutjeska.
Maglić towers above you and a whole chain of Dinaric peaks spreads in front of you. In the distance you can see Trnovacki Durmitor, Studenac and Badanj at Volujak and Zelengora mountains. During the summer, you can take a break at pasture huts on Prijevor and enjoy traditional food, like mountain cheese and cream cheese with bread baked under the sač. Prijevor viewpoint is located at 1668 MASL.
At Prijevor locality at 1700 MASL, just beneath Maglić Mountain, there is new accommodation built in a traditional style, fully equipped to satisfy the needs of any hiker. Three summer pasture huts have a total capacity of 18 beds, with a bathroom and small kitchen inside. You can prepare meals yourself or you can arrange it with the park staff – you can even order a full board.
Der Sutjeska Nationalpark ist der älteste Nationalpark in Bosnien und Herzegowina und beeindruckt mit schroffen Felsen, glasklaren Bergseen, mit Blumen übersäten Wiesen und einem der letzten Urwälder Europas. Der Nationalpark liegt rund 70 km südöstlich von Sarajevo an der montenegrinischen Grenze und erstreckt sich über eine Fläche von 175 km². Am Ostrand des Parks befindet sich der 2386 m hohe Maglić, der höchste Gipfel des Landes. Zudem befindet sich im Park einer der letzten Urwälder Europas, der Perućica. Auf den Berghängen wachsen bis zu 60 m hohe Buchen und endemische Schwarzkiefern, die den uralten und einzigartigen Wald schützen. Weitere Sehenswürdigkeiten im Sutjeska Nationalpark sind der Wasserfall Skakavac, der über 75 m in die Tiefe stürzt, das eindrucksvolle Zelengora Gebirge sowie die Neretva, Herzegowinas wichtigster Fluss.
Maglić is the highest peak of Bosnia and Herzegovina at an elevation of 2,386 metres. It lies within the Sutjeska National Park.
Trnovačko Lake (Trnovačko jezero) is a lake beneath the heights of Mountain Maglić, best known for its heart-like shape. Located at an altitude of 1517 metres, it is popular with local summer campers. It is 700 metres long and 400 metres wide, and set amidst a "huge amphitheater of rocky peaks". The lake drains from Maglić, the Maja e Vjelakut and the Bioč hill ranges. The lake water has a deep green-blue colour.

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