We bet that going for hiking in Bulgaria is worthed - our homeland offers many options - the question is which Mountains to go to...
Pirin Mounatins is for those of you who like alpine terrain and real to tough hiking, glacier lakes, breathtaking views, rocky trails and steep shapes. It hasn't happen by an accident that Pirin is a national park and is also included in the World heritage UNESCO list!
We offer a hut - to - hut route which will give a brillaint idea of the diversity and many of the beautiful lakes of these Mounatians - enjoy!
Day 1: Transfer by public transport to Predela pass; hikig to hut Yavorov
Day 2: Hiking from hut Yavorov to hut Vihren via Koncheto - the narrowest part of the ridge and climbing Vihren peak (2914m)
Day 3: Hiking from hut Vihren to hut Demianitsa via the circus of Vasilashki lakes
Day 4: Hiking from hut Demianitsa to hut Bezbog
Day 5: Hikig from hut Bezbog to hut Pirin via Popovo lake and Zhelezni vrata pass (2500m)
Day 6: Easy hike from hut Pirin to Rozhen monastery; walk to Melnik
Day 7: Sightseeing of Melnik; transfer by public transport to Sofia via Sandanski
• 6 breakfasts
• 6 dinners
• mountain guide
• transfers and drives according to the itinerary
• transportation of the luggage
• meals and drinks not mensioned in the itinerary
• museum entry fees
• travel insurance