You have produced some ofthe most informative pageson this site. This page is no different. I look forward to seeing many more of your mountains in summitpost.
Thanks Greg, very much, for your comments! That is my standard. New page of another Bosnian mountain is coming up today or tomorrow. Also for closer future I plan two new pages of Velebit mountain areas and many more in the future. 'So much to do and so little time', Joker in Batman :-)
Please add summit logs if you have them, more routes and some books if you find them in Amazon.
Nice work, gracias Velebit
Note: there are many Spanish in SP
Muchas gracias Diego! There is one more route, which is not so important. Anyway I'll describe it one day. Now I'm working on new, more important, pages. One is coming up tonight or tomorrow. There are no books unfortunatelly. It is mentioned in Croatian mountains guide but that is only on Croatian so it was not worth mentioning. What is amazing to me is that this book 'Hrvatske Planine' is listed on Amazon but is out of stock. I would like others to sign in SummitLog but it seams I'm the only person from Croatia active on this site (as you are the only Spaniard, seams to me at least) and no one from Bosnia. I will have to advertise the site :-)
This is a lot broader than Velebit. What the british call a moor. Its Height is nearly that of the highest Appalachians. Looks as if you had a good visit with good skies.
Mark, thanks for visiting! Well, Cincar is small (speaking of area) rounded mountain rising above huge karst fields or plateaus of Dinaric Alps which surround it. It is higher than Velebit but much much smaller. Surface of Velebit is 2274 square km while of Cincar is at least 30 times smaller. Velebit is the longest and biggest mountain of Dinaric Alps. Main characteristic of Cincar are huge grassy spaces. When I visited it was October so grass was burned but it is not moor :-) Such thing is impossible in Dinaric Alps because of thirsty karst terrain which swallows all the water.
Keep doing it Aleksandar. It might not be your greatest page, but still beter than at least 98% of the other mountain pages on SP!
Excellent. Cheers William