The highest point in our country
A breathtaking view – a mountain that conquers you!
Two main trails start at Prijevor and Lokva Dernečište, while the third popular trail starts at Trnovačko Lake. The trail from Prijevor is both the shortest and the most demanding way to the top of Maglić. It is an alpine trail, difficult and steep, and during the ascent, the climbers are in direct contact with the ecosystem of scree and cracks in the rocks. Do not climb if there is a possibility of a storm or a thunderstorm! The second trail, whose starting point Lokva Dernečište is located on Vučevo plateau, is safer and less technically demanding, as well as the third trail, which starts at Trnovačko Lake. All three trails are equally attractive and have their own perspectives with the views of many surrounding mountains and peaks, so it is up to you to choose one of them according to your hiking abilities.
The magnificent giant abounding in steep, harsh cliffs is, even in the summer months, sprinkled with snow that never melts. Maglić, covered with beech and coniferous forest, is made of Permian rocks, Mesozoic limestone, diabase, and melaphyre, and glacial traces are also seen. The upper forest border is at about 1,600 mamsl, and above it is a plateau with pastures and many ridges and hills. The foot of the mountain and all the slopes are rich in water, numerous springs, and the most well-known one is Carev Do, which is famous for never drying up, regardless of the weather. The canyon of the river Sutjeska separates Maglić from Zelengora, a green mountain range covered with vast pastures. Enjoy the view!