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    The Skakavac Waterfall is the largest continually flowing waterfall in Bosnia and Herzegovina at a height of 98 meters. Below it, you can enjoy a fantastic view of water, mist and forest.
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    Today's bike ride takes us to Trebevic 'Olympic' mountain. We set off early morning from our office, located at Olympic Village of Mojmilo, using not that busy road which goes in direction of Jahorina, other Olympic village in Sarajevo vicinity.After a short ride through the city suburbs we...
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    Although mountain biking is relatively new here, the spectacular scenery and extensive network of mountain trails provide the perfect destination for an adventurous route. The natural beauty of this region is truly stunning, with it's Olympic background, ancient forests and rugged peaks....
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    Just when it seemed impossible to find untrammeled single track in Europe we're here to remind you that optimism pays off. The ancient highland caravan routes that linked mountain towns for centuries now make for a heavenly single track system and here is your dream trip to get you going. Our Mountain Biking in Bosnia trip will be an adventure you'll never forget.
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    The Skakavac waterfall near Sarajevo is one of the greatest and most attractive continual flowing waterfalls in Bosnia and Herzegovina and it stands for a real tourist attraction. The waterfall is 98 metres high and placed in the landscape of exceptional beauty. The surroundings are one of the most heterogenic areas in that region dominated by spruce and fir and beech and fir forests with spruce on more pronounced slopes. On shallow carbon grounds in the vicinity of the waterfall, there are termofil forests and underbrushes of eastern hornbeam and autumn locust as well as eastern hornbeam and manna ash. The rocks surrounding the waterfall have a very interesting vegetation dominated by endemic and relic types. The waterfall at Skakavac is for more than one reason, one of the most attractive tourist sites in the vicinity of Sarajevo. The name 'Skakavac' means grasshopper.
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    Come along and explore this great area so close to your home yet so far away from your daily life in Sarajevo. A great pre-war Sarajevo favorite and a chance to see Sarajevo on a beautiful day from Trebević. We take the back road to Jahorina via Vraca to Brus, where we park our vehicle and start our 500 meters ascend to the peak of Trebević (1,629 meters). Our walk takes us along a long and winding mountain trail. Although we will be traveling most of the way through pine and spruce covered forests you will be treated occasionally to beautiful views of Romanija and Bukovik Mountains.
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    A moderate Sarajevo snowshoeing trip offering some of the best views of mountains to the south. Winding through Bjelašnica's back roads we'll reach the Rakitnica River and cross over towards Visočica Mountain. Tucked in the hills just above the ridged walls of this mountain sits Sinanovići Village (1,250m). The walk up will take us through beech forest and then open rocky terrain up to the summit of Crveni Kuk Peak (1,733m). You will be rewarded with far reaching views of the highest mountains in Bosnia & Herzegovina, as well as those in neighboring Montenegro. Mountains of Romanija, Jahorina, Treskavica, Bjelašnica, and Sutjeska National Park, all gracefully covered in white dresses, stand there just to pose to our cameras...