Vlaški grad mountain shelter

Vlaški grad mountain shelter is located right under the peak of the same name, at altitude of 1280 m. From there you can see part of the Zadar archipelago, most of the National Park Paklenica and some of the highest peaks in the south Velebit.

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Updated: 06/08/2014


Tags: mountain; shelter; hut; snow; view; velebit; vlaski grad; winter
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