Musala Peak (2925 m), Rila Mountain, Bulgaria Reviews

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  • Easy to find 5
  • Worth visiting 5
  • Beauty 5
  • Uniqueness 5
  • Great time spent 4

In August 2012 I visited Musala Peak (2925 m) and my rating is 5/5.

Highest peak in Bulgaria. You can visit it in one day. There is a lift to the lodge Yastrebets and after that you follow a well-defined path that leads to the top. The climb is not very difficult exept the last part just before the top. For this last part there are two tracks - one which winds its way to the top and the other one is very steep and secured with metal rope. At the peak there is a new meteorological station. Then I reached the top there were so many people that I felt like I am in a center of a city.

Tips: If it is a sunny day, take sunscreen and а hat. The best time to visit is early in the morning, when it is less crowdy.


easy to find


worth visiting






great time spent

from Haskovo, BulgariaNikola Petkov

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