Musala Peak – one day

The Rila Mountains are the highest on The Balkan Peninsula with Mount Musala – 2925 m. Rila (an old Slavic word, meaning “Water Mountain”) looks like a rough sea of mountain ridges and peaks, deep gorges and 150 crystal clear lakes. A big part of the National Park is under the protection of UNESCO.

Musala Peak 2925 m - the highest on The Balkan PeninsulaMusala Peak 2925 m – the highest on The Balkan Peninsula

ITINERARY
An early transfer will bring us to Borovets (1350 m a.s.l.). There we take the gondola lift to Yastrebets where we start hiking.The view from the top is absolutely breath-taking – views of Rila, Pirin, Vitosha, Sredna Gora and Rodopi Mountains and the Balkan Range. We take a little rest at the top before going back to Yastrebets and further down with the gondola-lift to Borovets.

Transfers time: 2,30 hrs
Hiking time: 5-6 hrs
Best period: June – October
Price: 1 pers: 125 Euro; 2 pers: 75 Euro pp; 3 pers: 45 Euro pp; 4-7 pers: 40 Euro pp.
The price includes: Private transfer, English-speaking mountain guide, picnic lunch.
The price excludes: Return gondola lift tickets, Food, drinks, insurance, other personal expenses

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