Technical difficulty   Moderate

Coordinates 1121

Uploaded July 4, 2017

Recorded July 2017

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6,318 f
2,834 f
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4.7
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18.89 mi

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near Gornji Lukomir, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (Босния һәм Герцеговина)

A nice trail over the attractive ridge of Drstva and Vito descending to mountain hut Tusila. It continues to Puzim pinnacle and joins a new trail through the forest to Ljuta river.  
Lukomir ist mit seiner Lage auf 1455 m das höchst gelegene und eines der abgeschiedensten Dörfer in den Bergen Bosniens und Herzegowina. Das kleine Bergdorf liegt rund 40 km südwestlich von Sarajewo und befindet sich an den südlichen Ausläufern des Bjelašnica-Massivs und oberhalb des Rakitnica-Canyons. Der nächste Nachbarort ist rund 10 km entfernt und nur über eine befahrbare Schotterpiste zu erreichen. Die meisten Einwohner sind Hirten, die von den Produkten ihrer Schafe leben. Wer nicht überwintern will, verlässt im Herbst das Dorf. Denn im Winter ist Lukomir komplett von der Außenwelt abgeschnitten.
LJetna bašta Lukomir offers traditional dishes such as different pies and other made with local products.
Nekada škola, danas prekrasna planinska kuća spremna da ugosti i nahrani sve putnike namjernike koji prolaze etapom Via Dinarica BH W 08 ili sve one koji se upute na jednodnevni izlet u Lukomir.
Die Rakitnica ist ein Fluss im Zentrum von Bosnien und Herzegowina. Sie entspringt oberhalb des gleichnamigen Dorfes Rakitnica im Treskavica-Gebirge. Kurz nach dem Ort Šabići beginnt der rund 24 km lange und bis zu 800 m tiefe Rakitnica Canyon. Die Schlucht trennt die Bergmassive von Bjelašnica im Norden und Visočica im Süden voneinander.
Studeni Potok hießt übersetzt eisiger Bach. Von den Einheimischen wird der Fluss auch Drachenschwanz genannt. Einer Legende nach wurde der Drachenschwanz in der Erde zurück gelassen, als sich das mystische Biest ins nächstgelegene Dorf – Umoljani – geschleppt hat.
Na obroncima sela Umoljani, sa lijeve strane, smještene su stare vodenice - mlinovi, na vrelu Sedrenik, koje izvire iz kamena i koje fascinira sve zaljubljenike netaknute prirode.
Pretpostavlja se da je krajem XVI ili početkom XVII vijeka, na ovom istom mjestu,  podignuta  džamija-brvnara, koja je u tom obliku postojala sve do 1882.godine, kada je srušena, a na njenom mjestu sagrađena je džamija od kamena koja od tada nije mijenjala svoj izgled sve do današnjih dana. Postoje neki izvori u kojima se navodi da u ovoj džamiji tokom Drugog svjetskog rata,  čuvana i  sarajevska  Hagada.
The village is located on Mt. Bjelašnica, in a landscape of outstanding beauty with a high degree of biodiversity of both flora and fauna. To the right of the road, about 1.5 km before entering the village, is a slope known as Dolovi on which there are 47 stećak tombstones (six slabs, 32 chests, five tall chests and four gabled). Decorations can be found on 13 tombstones - four slabs, three tall chests, four chests and two gabled). The decorative motifs represented in this necropolis are cable twist, lines in relief and reverse relief, a vine with a trefoil, a vine with spirals, a stylized cross, a Latin cross, a shield, a sword, a circle, and a round-dance scene - the dance of death with eight human figures. Most of the tombstones lie north-south with minor deviations, but 13 lie west-east. Source: Unesco World Heritage List
Drstva is one of the notable peaks on Visočica Mountain. It has an altitude of 1811 MASL.
Visočica was probably named for its many high peaks. Visočica is a plateau that slopes from its northern peaks of around 1400 meters ASL to South – village Bjelimići, and then quite steeply up to Neretva valley. The slopes of Visočica in North and West head to the Rakitnica river. Center of the mountain is divided by Ljeljen ridge, where the highest peaks are Džamija (1967 MASL), Veliki (Great) Ljeljen (1963 MASL) and Mali (Small) Ljeljen (1860 MASL). Northern part, 1300-1400 MASL, is rich with pastures, and southern part is covered with forests. Visočica area is quite poor with water. Springs are found mostly amongs sheperds yards, which are almost completely gone by now. Below the northern slopes of the mountain are villages Bobovica, Ozimine, Đulbašići, Pervizi i Sinanovići. Below southern slopes, there are more villages - Luka, Ježeprasina, Bjelimići, Gradeljina, Svijenča, Argud and in SW Dužani, Blaca, Dudle, Grušća and Prebilje. Natural amphitheater is created by the surrounding peaks Vito ( 1960 MASL ), Subar ( 1820 MASL ), Veliko brdo ( 1884 MASL ) and Drstva ( 1808 MASL ) amongst which is Veliko jezero – Great Lake ( 1660 MASL ). In the southern part of mountain, below Ljeljen ridge, NE of Veliki Ljeljen peak is Veliko jezero (Great Lake) or Kolečića bara (Kolečića pond) – on 1670 MASL. Those springtime lakes, though, tend to dry out quickly in the summer.
The lodge is located just beneath Visocica mountain. It is 51 km from Sarajevo, located at 1210 meters above sea level between the village Pervizi and Sinanovići, right next to the new road. The lodge is managed and maintained by Mountain Club "Treskavica". Mountain Lodge "Vrela" has a well-equipped kitchen, large meeting room (about 50 seats), small guest room (about 20 seats), 5 toilets and showers, central heating, solid fuel, electricity, water and a telephone.

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