We climbed Snijeznica in late September. The path is easy to find, great landscape and the sight from the top was fantastic. Only the temperature was hard: 35 °C.
Thank you very much for this good description!
- There's now a sign-post with a really good map at the beginning of Kuna village.
- And the croatian mine action center (CROMAG) says, that the region is mine free (http://www.hcr.hr). I don't know how solid this information is.
And at least: It's a good idea to visit the source of river Ljuta after the tour. It's only a few kilometres from Kuna or Mihalivici. The water, that you may miss on the mountain, appears here. There are old mills and canals and two excellent restaurants for a cool drink or a good lunch at the shady river.
Very thankful mountain. I started from Kuna, an extraordinary village almost “outside" from this world. The path is easy as you mostly follow the old Austrian road to the top. The day was a little bit foggy so we could not enjoy in a spectacular view on Montenegro Mountains. If you stayed in Dubrovnik for a couple of days, defiantly the place to visit.
"After the first glass, you see things as you wish they were. After the second, you see things as they are not. Finally, you see things as they really are, which is the most horrible thing in the world."
--Oscar Wilde on Absinthe