4 DAYS HIKING TOURS € 299.00
Not for the faint hearted!
Rila is the highest and most impressive mountain range in Bulgaria. In the territory of the park there are more than 100 peaks with an altitude above 2,000 meters and among them rises the highest peak in the country and at the Balkan Peninsula – Musala (2925 m).
DAY 1: Arrival
A friendly representative will meet you at Sofia airport and arrange transfer to Borovets.
Night and dinner at the hotel in the resort of Borovets
DAY 2: Musala Peak
We offer you the challenging tour to Musala (2925m). It is the tallest peak on the Balkan Peninsula and the “crown jewel” of all the tours. From the resort of Borovets to Yastrebets peak by the Gondola lift,Yastrebets peak (2369 m) – Musala hut (2389 m), Musala hut – Ice Lake shelter (2709 m), Ice Lake lake – Musala Peak (2925 m), Musala Peak – Yastrebetzs Peak
Duration: around 8 hours
DAY 3: Malyovitsa Peak
From Borovets to the resort of Malyovitsa by bus Malyovitsa Complex(1730 m) – Malyovitsa hut (1960 m), Maliovitsa hut – Second terrace (2225 m), Second terrace – Elenino Lake (2465 meters), Elenino Lake – Malyovitsa Peack (2729 m), Maliovitsa Peack- Maliovitsa Complex
Duration: around 8 hours
DAY 4: The Seven Rila Lakes
From Borovets to Pionerska Hut by bus, Pionerska hut to the Rila Lakes Hut by lift.Rila Lakes hut – “The Kidney’’ Lake (2282 m),“The Kidney ‘’Lake – “The Eye” Lake (2440 m) ,“The Eye” Lake –‘’ Lake Peak’’Peak , “The Tear” Lake (2535 m), Lake Peak – “The Twin” – “The Trefoil” – “the Fish” – Lakes Seven lakes hut (2196 m), The Seven Lakes hut – “Lower Lake” – Rila Lakes hut
Duration: around 7 hours
The price includes:
- expert mountain guide • 4 nights with dinner, breakfast and lunch (dry pack) – 4 nights at the hotel in the resort of Borovets • 3 days hiking • lift tickets • transport to Malyovitsa and Seven Rila Lakes • Airport Transfer – Sofia – Borovets – Sofia
- mountain compulsory insurance
- personal expenses
- The tourists are required to keep the guide’s tempo as a group • The guide has right to change the programme in bad weather conditions /fog, danger slippery routes or after heavy rain and landslides/ • Hiking involves intense physical activity and is not suitable for anyone with a defined medical condition such as heart, lungs etc. • You have to wear comfortable closed hiking shoes /we don’t recommend you sandals and boots for this tour/, walking sticks, warm clothes, hats ,gloves and raincoats.