From Prijevor, follow the road to the huts built in the traditional style. The road ends there, and you should look for the marks that will bring you to the forest. There are some short sticks placed as marking points. The red-white circles might be difficult to spot. However, from the forest the marking is quite good. The path winds up over steeper grass and scree slopes. About an hour from the huts, you will reach steeper rocky faces, right off the gully at the northwest side of the Maglic massif. From here, you scramble up following the red-white marks. There are actually two ways up. One is the "Via Ferrate" which is secured with steel cables that eventually lead up to an overhang that requires some more climbing skills. The other way goes more to the left and is well marked, but somewhat exposed. “Ferrate” is the shorter way, but you should be aware of the conditions prior to climbing.
Both ways will bring you to the north ridge of Maglic, which shortly takes you to the summit of Maglic (2386 m).
From here, you descend to the other side – towards the south. Follow the marked path and continue straight south at the first crossing below the pass. The path will go slightly southeast, and after approximately 30 minutes you will reach another crossing. From there, go west (right) down over the pass and south again.
Now you will be on very a steep section considered challenging by many hikers. You will be descending towards Trnovacko lake, enjoying the view all the way. You will end up at the southern shore of the lake, and you should continue to walk around the lake. There you will see some huts, and you will meet a ranger who will charge you a tourist tax and camping fee (if you decide to stay there overnight). Further down the path, you will see a pole with the Montenegrin flag and a board with the inscription “goodbye and come again.”
From here, follow the marked path through the forest that brings you down to Suva Jezerina (meadow). There will be a crossing sign where you should turn east (right). That path goes uphill and north. You may notice that there once used to be a forest road there. Your trail goes on that road, and cuts on its curves uphill until it comes to the better sections of the road. Soon the road will pass over rocky scree slopes on the western side of Maglic, and then it is about 30 minutes more to Prijevor where you left your car. Closer to the Prijevor pass, you will see shepherd huts below -- and 50 m later -- above the road.