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Mountaineering through Dalmatian Zagora

Exceptionally favourable geomorphological and geographical location of Cetina region resulted in astonishing natural elements that offer incredible perspectives to hikers, mountaineers or occasional recreationists. Glades, boskets, sinkholes, springs, rivers, cracks and plateaus together with encyclopaedic richness of flora and fauna present priceless reward to determined climber.

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Karst mountain beauties that surround Cetina region – Visoka, Kamešnica, Svilaja, Dinara – hide so much unexplored beauty that will make you come back again, once you’ve visited them for the first time.

Mountaineering in Cetina region has a long and rich tradition. Several mountaineering societies from Sinj area regularly organize hiking tours, lectures and training, mountaineering schools and ecological actions. Constant increase in number of members speaks of great interest of locals for this type of recreation. Mountaineering shelters and homes (Orlove stine, Sv. Jakov) are opened for all kind souls to relax, refresh and socialize.

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Numerous marked roads are arranged and designed to provide maximum safety and pleasure to visitors. They can be explored individually (recommended only to experienced climbers), or more preferably, with expert guides. They will, apart from leading the way, share various information and some new perspectives.

Within MedPaths project, financed by EU via IPA program (Adriatic Overseas Cooperation), to joy and pleasure of national and foreign guests, numerous cycling, horse-riding, hiking and mountaineering roads were fixed and arranged.

The Project “Sinj u sridu”, as well as promotional materials and their implementation was co-financed by the European Union from the EU Fund for regional development and operational programme Competitiveness and cohesion 2014-2020.

Content of promotional article is sole responsibility of JU RERA for coordination and development of Split-Dalmatia County and under no circumstances does it reflect the attitude of the EU and/or the governing body.

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Photo: , TB of Sinj, Trilj and Vrlika