Via Dinarica in Bosnia and Herzegovina is a multi-stage trip that includes crossing over 10 mountains and many other attractive locations.
Via Dinarica White trail in Bosnia and Herzegovina consists of 12 stages with a total length of 334 km. Stages are not daily sections, but areas of one mountain or geographical area. Basically, this is a hiking trail that requires good physical condition and experience, but some stages are easier hiking or biking sections. Steeper and harder trails have another alternative that usually follows a forest road. Mountaineering facilities and shelters exist every day (6-8 hours) of walking, and where they are not an option, it is possible to spend the night in rural households. Sources of drinking water and wells can be found at every stage, but some areas are scarce.
Each stage is unique. Set aside weekends for a year or a month and hike the entire trail.
AuthorVia Dinarica BiH
Updated: February 26, 2021
Safety informationIt is not recommended to go to the mountains alone. Sudden changes in the weather in the Dinaric Mountains are common. Always leave information about the direction of your movement. Check the condition of the field before each tour you plan.
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EquipmentAny section of the trail requires good hiking boots and standard hiking equipment that includes a backpack, raincoat or rain jacket, map, compass, first aid kit, knife, lighter or matches, astro foil, whistle, headlamp, water bottles , protective creams, a hat or a cap. You should always wear enough food and water. Walking sticks are a very useful piece of equipment.
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