Maglic Climbing Notes

  • February 12, 2018
    Derek from United Kingdom

    Climbed in August 2011 from Dernicista. Descended southwards along Maglić's ridge to the beautiful Trnovaćko jezero (lake) then back northwards along valley to Prijevor from where I hitched a lift back close to my where I had parked my car.

    It was a beautiful sunny day, the was route long but much recommended. The path was reasonably well marked, though I can imagine very difficult to follow in bad weather or under snow. I did not see another person throughout the hike.

    Would recommend staying at the Hotel Mladost in the town of Tjentište.

    More information including a 360 degree virtual tour of the route can be found at virtualmountains.co.uk.

  • January 05, 2016
    Nikola from Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Maglic is the highest mountain in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It's 2386.m high. Mount Maglic is located on the border of Bosnia and Montenegro.

    The favorite routes to climb Maglic are from: Prijevor, Trnovacko lake, Derneciste...

    The oldest forest in Europe, Perucica, is just under the mountain. Perucica is a national park,so maybe you need to buy a ticket. If you are visiting this country, you should definitely visit this mountain.