Maglić is a beautiful mountain, but it is also a special one as well. It is the highest peak in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Maglić is the highest peak at an elevation of 2,386 meters (7,828 ft). Maglić is situated in an amazing surrounding, it borders Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. It also lies within the Sutjeska National Park, which was established in 1962. The park is drained by the Sutjeska River, resulting with the watershed of the river you have the canyon part of the Maglić Mountain.
Maglić consists of two peaks, the Veliki Maglić (in translation the Big Maglić), which is in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the second peak is Crnogorski Maglić (Montenegrin Maglić in translation) which is in Montenegro. The rich forests on the mountainside consist of the Perućica forest, a protected reserve within the Sutjeska National Park, which is the oldest and one of the two last remaining primeval forests in Europe.
This beautiful mountain definitely has so much to offer. I went there a few weeks ago, and damn! I was amazed by the beautiful nature that you can find all around. I actually spent two days hiking around the National Park and the beautiful Mountain. Unfortunately, I didn’t hike all the way up but it is a goal of mine! What are you waiting for?