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Vlaški Grad peak (1375m), Paklenica National Park, Croatia
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Vlaski Grad is the highest and the most frequently visited peak in the central part of Paklenica area. It is in the vicinity of Sveto Brdo peak (1751m) and Vlaski Grad refuge (1260m). Those that climb it are rewarded by a fantastic view towards the sea and the Paklenica canyons.

Covered in the typical Bora wind cap clouds, the Vaganski Vrh - Sveto Brdo peak group can be seen, containing the highest peaks of Velebit.

Copyright: Vedran vekić
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Uploaded: 23/04/2012
Updated: 29/04/2012
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Tags: croatia; mountains; velebit; paklenica; vlaski grad; peak; nature; national park
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