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"Javorov do" (Maple valley) is located on Bjelašnica mountain some three kilometers far from the ski center Babin do in the direction of Šabići village.
Paragliding is becoming a very popular extreme sport in Bosnia and Herzegovina. High and windy mountains are very popular destination for those in need for adrenalin.
In this article we will try to follow journey of two rock climbers from Tuzla, more precisely, members of the mountaineers club PD Konjuh that enjoyed in Romanija mountain rock climbing. We already said that Romanija is one of the most favorite mountains for this sport in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Orlovačko lake is one of the most beautiful lakes in Bosnia and Herzegovina located on Zelengora mountain and it is one of the eight lakes that can be found on Zelengora mountain. It is a glacial lake by origin with wonderful mountain climate on the altitude of 1438 meters.
Romanija mountain is one of the favorite places for rock climbers in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Some will say that Romanija mountain and it's Velike stijene (Great rocks) location is a best destination if you want challenge, nice view and a lot of adrenalin.
Novak's cave (Novakova pećina) is located on inaccessible cliffs of Romanija mountain near city of Pale. This cave is named after Old Novak (Starina Novak) that was famous for his rebellion fight against Ottoman Turks and road robbery on the same mountain with his group of robbers (hajduci).
Jahorina is one of the four mountains where there were organized XIV World Winter Olympic Games nearby Sarajevo. It's highest peak Ogorjelica is 1916 meters high and one of the most attractive ski resorts in Bosnia and Herzegovina called Rajska dolina (Paradise valley) is located on Jahorina.
Prokosko lake and the village that is located near the lake is one of the most beautiful tourist destination for those who seeking old native way of life in a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Šator mountain is a massif located between Gatacko and Livanjsko plains on the northeast from the Bosansko Grahovo town and it is natural edge of the Grahovsko plain. The word "šator" means "tent", and the look of the mountain is the reason for naming it that way.
Igman is the lowest mountain in Sarajevo region with the altitude of 1502 meter, but it was a member of four Olympic mountains that hosted World Winter Olympic games in 1984. Beside Igman there was also Bjelasnica, Trebevic and Jahorina.