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Zastijenje heights is an area located between the springs of Demićka and Ulička rivers that makes it's southeastern and northwestern borders before they met with Vrbanja river. Zastijenje heights is also part of Čemernica mountain located between Skender Vakuf, Kotor Varoš and Travnik cities.
Hum is a mountain located in central Bosnia and Herzegovina that is 1280 meters high. That makes it 48300th highest mountain in 106.826 mountains of the world.
Zelengora mountain with it's lakes, pastures and planes is one of the most beautiful destinations for MTB cycling in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Prove for that could be the fact that 35 cyclists attended this tour three years ago.
"Zelena glava" (2155 m) or "Green head" peak on Prenj mountain is the highest peak on this mountaineers destination. Climbers are well rewarded for their efforts when they summit this peak because Prenj is considered by some mountaineers as Bosnian Himalaya.
Vlašić mountain is located in central part of Bosnia and Herzegovina with the highest peak Paljenik, 1943 meters high. That central position of this mountain makes it a one of the most favorite destinations for summer and winter tourism in the region.
Trebević is a mountain 1629 meters high and located southeast from Sarajevo at the exact border of Sarajevo city center. Hikers and mountaineers can start their climbing on Trebević literally from the city streets so this is one of the favorite mountains for this kind of adventure.
We already talked about Čvrsnica mountain and in that article we mentioned that Čvrsnica mountain is characteristic for it's flowers. It is one of the most interesting mountains in Bosnia and Herzegovina because of it's specific flora and numerous plant species.
Lupoglav is one of the eleven peaks on Prenj mountain higher than 2000 meters. Exact altitude of Lupoglav is 2102 meters above sea level and it is considered as one of the very serious climbing destinations.
Volujak is a mountain located on the border between Bosnia and Hecegovina and Montenegro stretching in the northwest-southeast direction and it's a second highest mountain in Bosnia and Hercegovina with it's highest peak Velika Vlasulja, 2337 m.