There are spectacular views of Volujak, Bioč, Zelengora, Trnovački Durmitor and the heart-shaped Trnovačko lake.
After some two and a half hours you reach the summit (2386 MASL). When there is no fog, the view is fantastic, but when it's foggy you see nothing but a sea of white as far as the eye can see. From the summit the walk continues towards the Montenegrin peak of Maglić. The biggest and most dangerous part of the route is behind you, and now everything seems a walk in the park. Again beautiful meadows full of flowers. The Montenegrin peak of Maglić (2388 MASL) is soon reached. There are no symbols typically found on summits in Bosnia and Herzegovina, no flags, no seal box, just a little cairn.
Safety informationBe aware of loose rocks and hikers above you. Avoid climbing if a thunderstorm is likely.
If inexperienced, take a guide!
The Via Ferata cable is well-managed.
Inform the mountain rescue team about your plans:
+38765467043 Rescue Club Wolf
Tips and hintswww.zone-2000.net
Getting thereFrom the regional road in Tjentiste, turn east at the sign. Follow the road and you will pass the entrance gate to the national park. Drive for about 10 km, and turn right at the junction (there is a signpost pointing to Prijevor). Soon you will reach an open area where you can see the mountain ridge of Volujak. (Just before the end, there is a water pipe below the road).
ParkingYou can park at the obvious parking spot close to the information board. Next to the information board, there is a sign that points toward Maglic, which says ''Black Trail."
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EquipmentStandard hiking gear + helmet. Some might need a rope as well.
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