301 7 18

Idõ  2 nap 17 óra 8 perc

Koordináták 4505

Uploaded 2014. augusztus 14.

Recorded augusztus 2014

2 921 m
976 m
36,8 km

Megtekintve 2754 alkalommal, letöltve 83 alkalommal

közel Bansko, Област Благоевград (България)

Gps: Garmin 'Etrex 20'
Map: Domino 'Pïrin' (1:50 000)

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Baikushev's pine

Baikushev's pine (Bulgarian: Байкушевата мура) (also known as the Baikushev white fir, or the Baikushev fir) is a coniferous tree from the species Bosnian pine (Pinus heldreichii) situated in Pirin, southwestern Bulgaria. It is named after its discoverer, forest ranger Kostadin Baikushev, and is located near the Banderitsa refuge. With an approximate age of about 1,300 years, Baikushev's pine is one of the oldest trees in the world and is a contemporary of Bulgaria's founder, Khan Asparukh. It has a height of 26 m, is 2.2 m in diameter and 7.8m in circumference. (Baikushev's pine. (2014, April 5). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 15:04, August 14, 2014, from

Banderitsa hut

Vihren hut

Demianitza hut

Vihren, 2914 M

Vihren (Bulgarian: Вихрен) is the highest peak of Bulgaria's Pirin Mountains. Reaching 2,914 metres (9,560 ft), it is Bulgaria's second and the Balkans' third highest, after Musala and Mount Olympus. The peak is located in Pirin's northern parts. The easiest route is from the Vihren chalet (2,000 m), reaching the summit from the south. Other routes include those from Banderitsa chalet (1,800 m) or across the ridge Koncheto from the north. A number of Pirin's lakes are located around the peak. (


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