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Stop At: Ero Travel, II rudnicke bojne bb, Mostar 88000 Bosnia and Herzegovina
Čabulja mountain is next to Velež, another mountain whose slopes are built by Mostar, and its highest peak is Velika Vlajna 1,780 m a.s.l. The trail is the final stage of the Highland Herzegovinian transversal (KT 21). The starting point for climbing on Velika Vlajna is from Bogodol 840 m a.s.l, 20 km west of Mostar, on the local asphalt road Cim-Goranci-Bogodol near the Bogodol Mountain hut. Bogodol can be reached by asphalt road from the direction of Široki Brijeg.
At about 5.5 km of light climb to 1.430 m a.s.l there is an artificial lake Gonđuša from which begins a steeper climb first through the beech forest and then a lowland rocky. From the top is a magnificent view of the Drežanka river canyon, a depth of 1,500 m. An alternative to shortening the trail and up to 2 hours is to pass another 3 km by the asphalt road from Bogodol, and turn right to a solid macadam road of length 3,5 km to the so-called. Vanjački put and new building from which it leads, also marked, a path to the Gonđuša.
From Kilava Beech (KT 20) 8 km west of the end of the asphalt on a poorer macadam road, it should lead to the top of Velika Vlajna as a part of the VHT that has not been excavated yet.
Duration: 6 hours